CD Projekt Red Finally Shines Some Light on PS4 (Pro) and PS5 Versions of CYBERPUNK 2077

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CD Projekt Red Finally Shines Some Light on PS4 (Pro) and PS5 Versions of CYBERPUNK 2077

Following the recent Night City Wire Special event focused on the Xbox One and Xbox Series S/X editions of Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt Red has finally shown off the title's PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 versions.

Considering that we're talking about an old piece of hardware, it's quite amazing that the game will support 4K on PS4 Pro (and PS5, obviously). It's worth remembering that you will be able to play the PS4 version on your PS5 (if you're lucky enough and have already bought the console) for free, via backwards compatibility.

Although Cyberpunk 2077 already looks impressive on PS5 and XS, the studio is also working on a dedicated next-gen version of the title that will make its debut at some point in the future (possibly sometime in 2021).

Speaking of the PS4 version of Cyberpunk 2077, there's also some pretty bad news. A couple of days ago, a Florida resident working for Amazon proudly announced on Reddit that he had stolen at least several copies of the project from a warehouse — so you probably should stay off the Internet at all cost to avoid spoilers.

To learn more about the PS4 and PS5 editions of Cyberpunk 2077, take a closer look at this fascinating video:


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