A user on Reddit put together a video comparing Cyberpunk’s TGS gameplay with the same scene from 2018, and the improvements are impressive
Cyberpunk 2077 has had some major graphical work done, according to a side-by-side comparison of two of the game’s demo scenes.
We first got a look at protagonist V’s interaction with the Maelstrom gang, one of the many groups of criminals roaming Night City, back in 2018, and it was impressive. Fast forward two years to 2020 though, and that gameplay demo admittedly looks a bit aged, especially when it’s played right next to footage of the same scene from this year’s Tokyo Game Show.
Side by side comparison to the New Japanese footage and the 2018 demo from r/cyberpunkgame
Put together by Reddit user u/rustyspear11, there’s clearly a lot that’s changed about this scene, visually and gameplay-wise. From the first
MELROSE, MA — David O’Donnell always used the crosswalk in front of his Yankee Clipper barbershop on West Wyoming Ave.
That was the case on March 9, 2018, when O’Donnell emerged from in between two stopped cars driving westbound. A van driving eastbound — battling solar glare, according to a police crash report — wasn’t able to stop in time when O’Donnell took his next steps.
O’Donnell was 79. His life was taken from him in front of the barbershop he owned since he was 38.
Solar glare is a serious problem the driving eastbound on West Wyoming early in the day, as it is on many streets that run east and west. The westbound traffic backed up through the crosswalk is another issue; Patch found almost the exact scenario laid out in the crash report when it visited the intersection at West Wyoming and Berwick Street.
Now, nearly 1,000
Missing woman’s husband arrested on murder charge; ‘sanitized crime scene’ found in home, police say
Phoenix police have taken 57-year-old Joseph Anthony Concialdi into custody on a first-degree murder charge in connection with the disappearance of his wife, 59-year-old Julie Concialdi.
Julie Concialdi was last seen earlier this month at her north Phoenix home near 27th Avenue and Dove Valley Road. She was reported missing after her car was found abandoned and burned just a few miles away from her home on Sept. 4. The fire appeared to be set intentionally, according to a probable cause statement police filed with the court on Tuesday.
Phoenix police confirmed last week that foul play was suspected in her disappearance.
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Court documents revealed new information about the case.
According to police, surveillance video shows a man walking away from where the