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Optimised for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and S, CD Projekt Red is currently doing just that for both Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. With the former's launch being something of a cautionary tale when it comes to releasing a game when it's not ready, no doubt there are many waiting on the next-gen version before jumping in.

In the case of The Witcher 3, it's more like being able to console Geralt in 4K 60fps in one of the all-time great RPGs. Both next-gen updates were slated for release this year, with CDPR taking to social media to confirm the delay.



As per above Cyberpunk 2077's update is now due in the Q1 of 2022, with The Witcher 3 to follow in Q2 2022. Cyberpunk's major update, 1.3, arrived in August with some DLC -- so we may not see 1.4 until Q1 2022. Assuming this is the 1.4 Update. There's a lot of hope for CDPR to make meaningful changes to the game, more so than a simple boost in performance. Taking the time to get it right is good, as it could very well act like a second launch for the game.



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