Specifically, the Xbox One X and Series X.
Despite being less than a month away from release, we still see the CD project’s anticipated Cyberpunk 2077 PC running on anything other than PC, which has finally changed, thanks to new footage powered by Xbox Series X and Xbox One X.
The latest gameplay footage from the CD project covers a wide range of activities, ranging from Cyberpunk 2077’s Striking Rain-Cut City to a few snippets of first-person battles to calm down internal search moments.
Presented by Microsoft’s Xbox Series X, courtesy of the current Zen, Xbox One X, and throughout the video that the action has been reduced to the next-gen, I certainly don’t have a Dave Foundry, so I’ll leave it to the technical analysis experts, but it’s probably worth watching the Xbox One X Assuringly, it probably captures the environment served by relatively more powerful siblings from time to time – even if we don’t see much from the external view, the box console and even the CD project will have its proper ‘appropriate’ next-gen update sometime next year The bay is likely to be wide enough between the two versions to begin with.
Admittedly, it’s an embarrassing CD project to choose to show the game’s current-gen credentials on the original Xbox One X already rather than the base Xbox One or PlayStation 4 – especially the development of Cyberpunk2077 for the next two machines, the most recent delay. – And PlayStation fans will no doubt be a bit disappointed not to see Cyberpunk 2077 running on any Sony console.
Still, with three weeks to go before Cyberpunk 2077 launches on December 10, the CD project still has time to answer any questions and crank that the hype handle is just a little stiff.