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Nvidia teases RTX 2077 on Twitter to commemorate the upcoming RTX-enabled Cyberpunk 2077

This might be the RTX 2077, in a Cyberpunk trim (Image source: Nvidia)
This might be the RTX 2077, in a Cyberpunk trim (Image source: Nvidia)
In what looks to be an interesting cross-branding exercise, Nvidia tweeted a blurred image of what appears to be an RTX 2077, commemorating CD Projekt Red's upcoming Cyberpunk 2077
Arjun Krishna Lal,

CD Projekt Red's Cyberpunk 2077, set to release in September, is one of the most hotly anticipated video games of 2020. It is also one of the highest-profile titles slated to feature RTX ray-tracing.

Nvidia has now apparently jumped onto the hype train, teasing a possible Cyberpunk 2077-themed RTX graphics card. Nvidia's official Twitter page released a blurred picture of a graphics card after Cyberpunk 2077's Twitter account asked the GPU maker if they were up to make a limited edition Cyberpunk-themed graphics card.

In the picture, a card with a Founders Edition cooler is seen along with a yellow trim pattern matching what we've seen in Cyberpunk 2077 marketing material. Considering how the name of the game and Nvidia's current GPU lineup-the RTX 2000 series-line up, naming possibilities for the card are interesting.

The RTX 2077 is a likely name. If this is indeed the commemorative card in question, it will most probably be based on the RTX 2070 Super. While neither Nvidia nor CD Projekt Red have officially confirmed anything, Nvidia's Twitter tease indicates that we might hear more about the RTX 2077-and Cyberpunk 2077-soon.

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Arjun Krishna Lal, 2020-02-17 (Update: 2020-02-17)
Arjun Krishna Lal
Arjun Krishna Lal - News Editor
I've had a passion for PC gaming since 1996, when I watched my dad score frags in Quake as a 1 year-old. I've gone on to become a Penguin-published author and tech journalist. When I'm not traveling the world, gathering stories for my next book, you can find me tinkering with my PC.