GTA 6 should look like this: Cyberpunk 2077 with over 300…

Digital Dreams on YouTube always shows us the potential of different modified games. It has now demonstrated the incredible visual potential of Cyberpunk 2077 with over 300 mods, setting a benchmark for what we hope to see in GTA 6.

Digital Dreams has once again showcased the superb graphics capabilities of Cyberpunk 2077. The mods, combined with a reshade preset, have elevated the game’s visuals to a level that rivals the latest titles.

Cyberpunk 2077 2.0

It’s been three and a half years since CD Projekt released Cyberpunk 2077. In the months and years since, the game has seen many updatesincluding additional content and significant technical and graphical improvements. The community has also been very active in contributing to the development of the game, Nexus Mods hosts thousands of mods for Cyberpunk 2077. Many of these mods enhance the game’s graphics, adding intricate details and improving the visual experience.

The latest video from Digital Dreams highlights the impressive visual quality that can be achieved with heavy modding in Cyberpunk 2077. The video features ten minutes of gameplay, including city tours, walks, and a subway ride, all of which feature enhanced visuals.

You can find another video with the mod list here!

Rendered in 8K on a Geforce RTX 4090, the textures are incredibly sharp and the lighting effects are absolutely stunning. However, NPCs still lag behind those in newer games, which is understandable given the advancements in graphics technology since Cyberpunk 2077’s release.

In anticipation of GTA 6

As we eagerly await the Grand Theft Auto 6 release in 2025, the graphic achievements of Cyberpunk 2077 serve as an exciting reference. With the rapid advancements in gaming technology, there is a the growing expectation that GTA 6 will push the boundaries of realism and immersion Even further. The modders’ meticulous work on Cyberpunk 2077 gives us a glimpse of what’s possible in future open-world games, raising the bar for visual fidelity and overall game quality.