Cyberpunk 2077 Developer suggests PC players check their cooling systems before Phantom Liberty comes

Cyberpunk 2077 Developer suggests PC

A Cyberpunk 2077 lead developer has advised PC players to test their cooling systems before the game's major update arrives later this month.

According to CD Projekt Red, the long-awaited Phantom Liberty expansion will be released on September 26th, along with a major Version 2.0 update that will completely overhaul the way the base game is played.

Filip Pierciski, the lead scene programmer for the game, warned players on Twitter that the expansion may put additional strain on some PC configurations, particularly in terms of CPU workload.

Please check the condition of your PC's cooling system before [we] release Cyberpunk 2077 2.0 and Phantom Liberty, Pierciski tweeted.

"Because we all use what you have, a workload of 90% on an 8-core CPU is to be expected." Please run Cinebench or something similar to check the stability of your systems to save time."

The hardware capabilities of a PC are measured by the free program Cinebench. Players will be able to determine how well their PC will cope with Version 2.0 of the game by running it before the time ends.

Last month, CD Projekt stated that the decision to only release a single expansion for Cyberpunk 2077 was a technological one due to the company's shift to Unreal Engine development.

Along with the announcement that it was working on the next mainline Witcher game, the company announced in March 2022 that it had entered into a 15-year partnership with Epic, in which the companies would collaborate on Unreal Engine projects such as engine and game development.

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