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In select scenarios, we also noted improved performance too on PS4 - anything up to five or six frames per second, which is quite a feat, a significant leap in percentage terms. Interestingly, we saw this happening in scenarios like the vehicle shoot-out with the scavengers after the first mission - where CDPR's stated crowd system optimisation is unlikely to have made any impact whatsoever. Again, image quality remains clearer and the suite of effects remains the same, so this is genuine progress. But it's clear that we're still some way off an agreeable experience. Other areas of the game basically run the same as they did before and performance issues remain. In frenzied shoot-outs, it's still possible for Cyberpunk 2077 to dip beneath 20fps on PlayStation 4, while hitching from streaming related issues is still present. It's still very difficult to recommend this game to users of the most popular console of the last generation.




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Similar to our work on The Witcher 3, we do aim to chart the progress of Cyberpunk 2077's various patches and upgrades across time, so having completed work on the base machines, our gaze moves over to enhanced consoles. In our initial tests, PS4 Pro - while still possessing grave issues in some scenarios - seemed to be the pick of the bunch when it came to playing the game on last generation systems. However, impressions so far suggest that beyond stability improvements, it's still the same experience overall - our test cases involving crowds (an area singled out by CDPR as the focus for optimisation work in 1.10) showed inconclusive results, and certainly no game-changing improvement.


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So, it seems to me you can partly do this: Check the one-generation correlation against the two-generation (grandparent-grandchild) correlation. If you square the 1g correlation matrix, it should smear out and get weaker; if the 2g correlation matrix is stronger than the square of the 1g, there is some hidden factor of class that is preserved across generations that the 1g matrix is not measuring.


My grandparents, on both sides, were immigrants from eastern Europe. My paternal grandfather never learned English. Various members of that generation worked in sweatshops or ran small businesses (a candy store in the one case I know of). Two members of the next generation were prominent University of Chicago professors, one of them having come to the U.S. at twelve and ended up attending Yale.


Not educated and very little money, but not the attitudes and background that we associate with poor people in America at present. And I suspect the same would be true of many of the other immigrant groups. Sowell comments, in _Ethnic America_, that West Indian immigrants make it to the median U.S. income in one generation.


The obvious practical complaint is that 98.5th percentile in wealth is way too low to actually live a life of leisure, much less fuel an intergenerational one. Especially if you are busy engaging in expensive signaling the whole time.


CD PROJEKT RED has released an extraordinary update for its acclaimed Cyberpunk 2077 project, number 1.61. The new patch will bring with it a lot of fixes in the story and side missions, fixes for graphic bugs, as well as the long-awaited support for AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution 2.1 scaling technology (only for PC and next-generation consoles). 350c69d7ab


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