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Though it's worth noting that on PlayStation 5 hardware - as with the recent Xbox Series X gameplay - you're basically getting the backwards compatible PlayStation 4 Pro version. Anyway, Cyberpunk 2077 looks good no matter the platform, and this little compilation of gameplay is a great showcase for the stunning Night City.

In the introduction we also get word that the Day One patch for Cyberpunk 2077 across all platforms will be substantial - in that it will squash bugs and improve the visual quality and performance on both console and PC. In terms of PC though, it's clear that the PS4 and Xbox One versions fall behind what's possible on a high-end rig (one featuring an RTX 3070 or RTX 3080) -- as the latest PC deep dive presented a true next-gen look at the game thanks to fancy ray-tracing effects.

In fact the PS4 video above features the same car-chase sequence glimpsed in this NVIDIA video -- and, yeah, the difference is pretty huge.

But, as mentioned above -- this video is proof that Cyberpunk 2077 looks good no matter the platform, and that December 10 is only a couple of weeks away.

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