A week ago, Polish studio CD Projekt RED released the highly anticipated Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay on Microsoft consoles as part of a special episode of Night City Wire. We had the opportunity to watch the 10 minute gameplay of the Xbox One X and Xbox Series X versions. So we could expect another video soon, this time prepared based on the PlayStation 4 Po and PlayStation 5. No, we don’t mean the video leaked last weekend, but an official match record. This time the announcement took place of a special edition of Night City Wire, of which we could watch the final episode on Thursday. How is Cyberpunk 2077 on PlayStation 4 Pro and PlayStation 5?
CD Projekt RED has released new gameplay of over 6 minutes from Cyberpunk 2077, this time from the PlayStation 4 Pro and PS5 versions.
Cyberpunk 2077: Presentation of the game for the Xbox One X and Series X consoles
We expected Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay on PlayStation 4 (Pro) and PS5 during the final Night City Wire, but the final installment of the upcoming RPG event was packed with so much fun that it was hard to fit in there. Fortunately, we did not have to wait long. CD Projekt RED is a bit more skeptical, as the shared gameplay length is “only” about 6.5 minutes. The graphics on PlayStation 4 Pro look similar to the Xbox One X version, and this time the streets are also empty (maybe the NPCs were hiding from the rain?). It seems that it is no coincidence that fragments from Badlands were also shown, in which not much happens and it is difficult to count on any fall back in performance.
Cyberpunk 2077 – Hardware requirements for 1440p, 4K and ray tracing
Cyberpunk 2077’s available video is less chaotic than the one in the Xbox version. There are no regular jumps from one platform to another – CD Projekt RED studio first showed a gameplay clip from PlayStation 4 Pro and then from PlayStation 5. Both clippings show completely different scenes. On the second console, the player is thrown into the action. Fortunately, the animation flow seems stable. The visual setting is difficult to judge clearly from the image quality that the compressed YouTube video offers, but even the PlayStation 5 version will not look as good as it does on the PC. Cyberpunk 2077 in the new console version will receive a solid “upgrade”, likely including ray tracing support, only in an indefinite period of 2021. We remind you that this year’s CD Projekt RED premiere will be on December 10th. .
Source: CD Projekt RED