Version 1.23 gets close to the base PS4 at 31 fps - but it's still not enough for PSN. After facing the biggest retail list of PlayStation consoles, Cyberpunk 2077 is back on the PlayStation Network online store today — even after months of patching, the game isn't necessarily hailed on the red carpet. p>
At the time, neither Sony nor CDPR provided a roadmap for an exact time for the game to be back on sale in Sony digital stores, even if the developer explicitly stated that the game would be patched on all operating systems. Slowly (the game has never been removed from the Xbox listing.) Last week, CDPR confirmed in a regulatory statement that the game will be returning to PSN this week, and it did on Monday. At the same time, the digital purchase price of the game has dropped from $10 to $50 (perhaps due to the news that coincided with Amazon Prime Day, where the digital version and game disc are also offered at a reduced price). Advertising
But the CP77 is back with something new. The PSN product page includes this warning above the "Game Information" text:
Important note: Users continue to experience performance issues with the game. Purchase not recommended for use on PS4 systems. For the best Cyberpunk experience on PlayStation, play on PS4 Pro and PS5. CP77 test version 1.23 by ElAnalistaDeBits YouTube channel.
READ MORE The console's latest release, v1.23, appears to run more consistently than it did on the base PS4, with crowded scenes relatively close to 30fps. However, this is a cost cut across the board: pixel sharpness, graphic level of detail (LoD), texture resolution, number of objects on screen and other errors displayed. (The fact that CDPR really overwhelmed all the bugs in the original console version is a bit more complicated to check.) You're good to go, you no longer have to look for a disc copy to try it out for yourself. As confirmed by CDPR at launch, both next-generation consoles run the game in backwards compatibility mode, with a 60fps refresh and other performance improvements. A patch is currently scheduled to be added for the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S by the end of the year to add further performance improvements. p>
Sony brings back Cyberpunk 2077, includes new warning: Base PS4 'not recommended'