Sure, Cyberpunk 2077 is a video game, aesthetic, correct? The whole idea is based on the retro-futuristic look of science fiction envisioned in the 1980s. And while pushing the graphics hardware of 2020 to the limit, this demake ReShade mod has something very appealing that brings the visuals to a more 1993-style look.
We agreed that Cyberpunk 2077’s Doom ReShade should actually have been called “Choom”. Currently, the name indicates what it is and how it works. This is a reshade configuration that you can use to make the Cyberpunk 2077 look like a classic ID FPS game, and you can even add an old-fashioned CRT scanline.
If you’re old enough to remember being excited about what’s called a 3dfx Voodoo 2 card, you’ll get old chunky resolutions, a bright SVGA-style color palette, and a real memory lane journey. .. Being a Reshade preset, the screen aspect ratio doesn’t change, but the overall effect is to give Cyberpunk 2077 a more consistent feel to Doom, or perhaps the original Deus Ex.
If you want to give it a try, the first step is to download and install the latest version of ReShade that you can run on the official website. After running the setup utility, download the preset from the Nexus Mods and copy the contents of the file to the Cyberpunk 2077 bin x64 folder (if asked if you want to replace the existing file, yes “Is called).
You can enable ReShade by pressing the home key on your keyboard. Let’s head to Night City and the party as in 1989. However, please read the text on the screen and do your best.