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When Will Cyberpunk 2077 Release on PlayStation 5?

When Will Cyberpunk 2077 Release on PlayStation 5?

With all the bugs present in the PS4 version of Cyberpunk 2077 fans can’t wait for the Playstation 5 version of the game to come out. But when is that going to happen? Or if it will ever happen? And will all the bugs of the PS4 version carry over? Here is what we know so far about the PS5 version of Cyberpunk 2077.

When Does Cyberpunk 2077 Release on PS5?

When Will Cyberpunk 2077 Release on PlayStation 5?

So far there is no public knowledge of when Cyberpunk 2077 will be coming to PS5, with the release date currently unknown. There was a recent conference call among CD Projekt Red investors saying it might not even be released in 2021, despite developers previously stating that a major next-gen update would be released this year.

At this moment in time, CD Projekt Red is currently working on improvements for the current-gen version of the console. These are to fix the many glitches and bugs that are littered throughout the game. When this will be completed, no one knows and players are finding more and more glitches and problems every day.

You can still play Cyberpunk 2077 on Playstation 5 though, thanks to backward compatibility. This should upgrade the performance of the game, making for fewer crashes — but this doesn’t mean it safe from glitches.

All those who own the PlayStation 4 version of the game are in for a treat. This because the upgraded PS5 version of the game will be given to players for free, but until then we will have to make do with the PS4 version.

When this does come out though you will need to transfer your saved data from the PS4 version. You can do this by either using the PS5’s Data Transfer system, the PS Plus Cloud Service, or a simple USB. You don’t need to do this if you want a new game/save.

Looks like we will have to wait until 2077 until we finally play Cyberpunk 2077 on Playstation 5. While we wait, why not read some of our guides to help you through Night City?

Written by Andrew Smith