February 6, 2023


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Cyberpunk 2077: Finally the Next Generation on Console – Compared to Modes

Now console players can finally enjoy the modern gameplay of Cyberpunk 2077. Source: CD Projekt Red

It’s been over a year since he role-played Giant Cyberpunk 2077 movie He appeared. Release was not easy at the time and the long-awaited game from CD Projekt Red was riddled with bugs, especially on the console. Technical problems, poor optimization. Many players would probably claim that it was simply unplayable.

Much time has passed since then. It’s clear the time it took developer CD Projekt Red to finally bring Cyberpunk 2077 on console the way gamers would have liked to see it. Along with the big update 1.5, the next public update for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X has now also been rolled out. Except for the huge ones Problems On PS4 there was also a lack of adequate support for the new consoles. This is where Cyberpunk 2077 fell victim to its long development time – because it is, in fact, a current-generation game, which has been equipped with ray tracing, for example, in the later stage.

But Next Generation is more than just beautifully calculated lighting effects. With the new Cyberpunk 2077 update, the next generation PS5 and XSX consoles are finally showing their true strengths. Among other things, this should be the fast SSD, which guarantees lightning-fast load times. The performance or quality mode can be selected in the settings. Exactly where the difference is, we’ll show you how to use the Xbox Series X.

Cyberpunk 2077 Next Generation Upgrade Video:

Quality vs. performance

While Performance mode is primarily aimed at fast FPS, Quality mode shows you all the glamor of the new generation, including ray tracing. However, in direct comparison, this is more of a gimmick than others even in all of the scenes. Quality mode provides softer shadows, more realistic mirror effects and transparency, but also lower FPS. So you can choose the performance mode with confidence and have a smoother gameplay. But in the end it is up to you of course. Nice that CD Projekt Red gives us a choice here.

Both modes in comparison: