One day before its official release, many influencers and journalists have started publishing videos and playthroughs of Cyberpunk 2077, the new role-playing game from CD Projekt Red.
Following these first tests, rightly done also on the new generation console, it emerged that on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S it will be possible to select between performance mode, which will set the game to 60 frames per second stable, or graphics mode, which allows you to play in 4K resolution and 30fps. As for the PlayStation 5, the game would seem to automatically prefer the performance mode, without giving players a choice.
As reported by a user on Reddit, when Cyberpunk 2077 is launched on Sony’s next-gen console (which we remember at the moment it runs as if it were a normal PlayStation 4 game, thanks to its backwards compatibility function), the game passes directly to the main menu screen without allowing you to choose the preferred mode, automatically preferring 60fps, unlike what happens on the Xbox Series X/S.
In the meantime, the Polish development house has not yet expressed itself about it, leaving that if in the future the possibility of choosing the graphics mode will also be added on PlayStation 5. Although this question still remains cloudy, we remind you that Cyberpunk 2077 will arrive in physical and digital stores tomorrow on 10th December for PlayStation 4, Xbox One X, PC, and Google Staff, and will also be playable on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S and Xbox Series S thanks to the backward compatibility feature of the new consoles.
As for the version created specifically for the next-gen consoles, CD Projekt Red confirmed that it is currently in development and that it will be made available via free update during the next year, without however specifying any type of date or an official launch window.