According to reports, Cyberpunk 2077 could be getting a new version soon. The game was spotted on PlayStation 5.
According to the PlayStation Game Size Twitter Account (below), a new addition indicates that the long-awaited CD Projekt Red RPG is on its way.
As you can see, the database entry seems to indicate a native PS5 game with a brand-new piece of cover art.
🚨 Cyberpunk 2077 🤝 PS5
— PlayStation Game Size (@PlaystationSize) January 30, 2022
In a subsequent tweet, the account stated that a next-gen version might be coming to consoles sometime between February and March. As with all rumors and leaks, it's important to take this information with a grain of salt until an official announcement is made.
Cyberpunk 2077's highly anticipated Xbox Series X/S upgrades and PlayStation 5 upgrades were delayed in October by CD Projekt Red, who informed investors and fans that the game would be delayed until Q1 2022.
Although there were no explanations for the delay, a follow-up tweet stated that the developer wanted “to make it right.” PlayStation Game Size reported a similar release date for the game. This could suggest that 2077's next-generation versions will be released without further delays.
IMPORTANT PRODUCTION UPDATE
— CD PROJEKT RED (@CDPROJEKTRED) October 20, 2021
CD Projekt Red will most likely be hoping for a smoother launch of Cyberpunk 2077 next year than the disastrous Xbox One and PlayStation 4 releases. After shareholders felt misled by the game's performance on the last-gen consoles, CD Projekt Red settled several lawsuits with dissatisfied investors in December.
After the game had a particularly bad run on the last-gen consoles, the suits were removed from the PlayStation Store for a time. Players could also request refunds of 30,000.
Cyberpunk 2077: This article explains how Keanu Reeves claimed that he has never played the game, despite CD Projekt's claims that he had.
Jared Moore is an IGN freelance writer. Follow Jared Moore on Twitter.