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Cyberpunk 2077 on PS4 and Xbox One Has Various Technical Issues

The wait is over. Cyberpunk 2077 has officially arrived on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Google Stadia and PC. In this way, more and more people have started to share their experience with this title. Nevertheless, It seems that some users have faced a number of visual and technical issues in the versions of the last generation.

As reported by Kotaku, users have experienced a number of bugs with the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game. From constant drops in frame rate, through visual glitches, to problems with textures and lighting. However, the biggest drawback seems to be that some versions of the title have not had access to the day patch, which will improve the experience, and remain in its version 1.0.0.6. Although there is no official comment from CD Projekt Red on this at the moment, this is likely to be resolved throughout the day.

Similarly, some users have shared their experience so far on PS4 and Xbox One on Twitter.

Still unclear if this is post day one patch or it just wont let me download the update pic.twitter.com/NEmMUkgytT

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– AmericanTruckSongs8 (@ethangach) December 10, 2020

This is PS4 Slim footage with the day one patch. I wasn’t expecting much, but… I’m crushed. # Cyberpunk2077 pic.twitter.com/mWY1f5DfIF

– I Can’t Come Up With An Original Username (@IEnjoyNintendo) December 10, 2020

Imagine defending this. Cyberpunk 2077 is a terrible game. Base PS4 footage. pic.twitter.com/uHTmMACi3R

– Michael Does Life (@MichaelDoesLife) December 9, 2020

This is Cyberpunk 2077 on PS4 currently. Shockingly disappointing. pic.twitter.com/J5nXB0gEYO

– Andrew (@ ajb1310) December 10, 2020

Don’t worry everyone we’ll just crunch the staff for another year to iron these out. pic.twitter.com/brj1v0ibtj

– Steven (@MrDelabee) December 10, 2020

This particular user is playing version 1.0.0, so these problems are most likely not present with the day one patch.

This is Cyberpunk 2077 – PS4 version 1.00. Resolution is literally below 720p and the game takes 20 seconds to load in textures. Inexcusable. Unfathomable. Unplayable. pic.twitter.com/AZ2OPTnkdL

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– Michael Does Life (@MichaelDoesLife) December 9, 2020

Recall that the Cyberpunk 2077 reviews were made on PC, so these videos can be considered the first impressions of the game on consoles. While comparing hardware from seven years ago to a full-spec PC might sound ridiculous, It seems that the Xbox One and PS4 versions are going to need several patches to give users the experience many have hoped for.

On related topics, Cyberpunk 2077 sold more than 8 million copies before its release. Similarly, the launch of this game crashed the Steam and GOG servers.