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CP 2077

MMOman101MMOman101 Member UncommonPosts: 1,776
I was thinking about picking this up since I finally got a new video card.  I was wondering if I could hear from people who are playing it now with the current build.  

Is the game worth getting yet?  It appears the AI may still be seriously lacking.  Is that the case.

my system has a 3080ti and a 5800x.  I would think that would be enough to run the game.  

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  • IselinIselin Member LegendaryPosts: 17,558
    I haven't played with 1.3 (updating right now actually) but I've played it through to the end 3 times since release.

    I have a 2700 super and 3700x and play @ 1400p with RTX on and DLSS quality and have had no problems at all. You should be more than fine with your GPU and CPU.

    As far as mob AI goes, there is nothing particularly bad about it. There's nothing in my 100s of hours of play that made me think "this AI is great" or "this AI sucks."
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  • AsheramAsheram Member EpicPosts: 5,063
    The A.I. npcs walking in the open world did suck, you would fire a weapon and they would all literally vanish in thin air. Plus alot of areas had exactly identical npc's all next to each other.

    Just logged in it looks like they fixed that as when I fired weapon they didnt vanish this time but reacted by turning and running, some crouching and saying stuff. Dont know when it was fixed but kudos to CDPR for fixing that.


  • CleffyCleffy Member RarePosts: 6,393
    edited August 2021
    I would play it if you find it interesting. I have a 3800X and RTX 3090. I play on medium settings at 4k with DLSS off. I think DLSS is just a way to trick yourself into thinking your playing at 60fps. It's a bit jerky in actual gameplay and tends to brighten the scene too much.

    For gameplay. Your first playthrough will be enjoyable and take about 20~30 hours. If you try to 100% the game, then you will realize the shortcomings of the game and notice the bugs. Difficulty is like most RPGs. The hardest is difficult at first, but once your at max level all the enemies are a joke.
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