Update:@philm has tested and uploaded mesa-git to the official repos (No need to use AUR now). If you get that, installation seems to go fine and Cyberpunk 2077 should work! Though it is worth making a system backup with Timeshift first and also noting down what gets uninstalled in the process so you can make sure it gets reinstalled later should you wish to go back to Mesa stable.
Valve have just updated Proton to 5.13-4 which enables Cyberpunk 2077 to run on AMD GPUs
However, you also need Mesa-git drivers to do so. Though I’m not sure which version exactly. Anyway, it seems there are some mesa-git drivers in the AUR (Hopefully recent enough ones) so I’m just wondering how to go about installing them. Do I need to uninstall my existing Mesa things or can they stay? What’s the process?
The game releases in an hour and a half so I’m hoping I can play it
Yes I have already enabled AUR in Pamac and have installed some AUR stuff with it before I can see mesa-git in there but I’m just concerned about Pamac causing some kind of mess when switching back and forth between the default Mesa stuff and mesa-git. I only say this because others have mentioned it and said to use ‘Yay’ to do it. Cheers!