Cyberpunk 2077 is finally launched on all platforms, but for PS4 and Xbox One users, this is facing serious frame rate issues and other issues. For console players, this is not good news.
The first comment Cyberpunk 2077 Users of PC-based game consoles must wait until the game is released to see the performance of what appears to be a next-generation game on the last-generation hardware originally released.
Although CD Projekt Red has previously released shots of an open world sci-fi RPG running on PlayStation and Xbox hardware, they are on PS4 Pro and PS5, Xbox One X and Xbox Series X, respectively, rather than the basic version of the console. Originally released in 2013.
On the original hardware, reports indicate that Cyberpunk suffers from severe frame rate issues, as well as a large number of bugs and glitches that have been reported on the PC version before the patch – although console users have downloaded the pre-release version and claim to solve these issues The first day of the patch.
Eurogamer’s Wesley Yin-Poole has been playing the PS4 version for “poor performance, including low frame rates when the screen is busy and poor texture pop-up effects” and “sometimes the visual effects are blurred”.
Digital Foundry is currently sharing the PC version of video analysis, but is also analyzing Cyberpunk’s console performance, and Tom Morgan was able to share some screenshots of basic PS4 analysis in this article. These indicate that the frame rate of the game can hardly be maintained at 30fps, and will collapse to 15fps in the worst case.
Yin-Poole wrote: “Although some indoor battles run normally at 30fps, it can be reduced to 25fps”, but the worse problem is that it is tricky. It is difficult to shoot or drive when objects and textures are still loading.
You can also tell from the blurry and muddy visuals that it runs at poor resolution, almost as if you were looking at a bad Switch port (Cyberpunk on Switch-imaginary horror). According to Morgan, they are between 720p and 900p.
This article also confirms an earlier report that when playing on PS5, there is no option to switch between resolution or performance mode. By default, the resolution or performance mode runs at unlock or 60fps, although This option is available on Xbox Series X.
Other PS4 and Xbox One owners have also reported and shared similar issues. A Twitter user showed how he went from a floating car in the air to a scene where NPCs and assets took a long time to load into the environment.
Currently it is “Cyberpunk 2077” on PS4. Shockingly disappointing. pic.twitter.com/J5nXB0gEYO
-Andrew (@ajb1310) December 10, 2020
However, in addition to poor performance and wrong gameplay, there are some people who just use the game in an underdeveloped open world. A video focuses on what the car will do if you park it on a busy road or road. parking. When you walk around with a gun, nothing happens (I can also say that even if someone is talking to you in the same room, no one cares if you decide to steal all the items you can see).
To make a long story short:
-𝐁𝐚𝐫𝐭 (@ClunkSpider) December 9, 2020
As early as 2020, RPG has been postponed many times, while forcing its employees to complete the game’s austerity, but CD Projekt Red seems to have too many errors to be fixed.
The studio knows this very well. In celebrating the fact that “Cyberpunk” has received 8 million pre-orders, they said on Twitter that they are already “working on the upcoming fixes and updates.” Those who start the game can figure out which lifestyle to choose before setting foot on the night city.
Nevertheless, not all “cyberpunk” problems are completely terrible. The penis burr protruding through the pants is at least worth a smile.