Downgrades are something that gamers have become accustomed to over the years, however, in the case of Cyberpunk 2077, the new action RPG from the same studio, there was not a downgrade, but an upgrade, which is evidenced in below graphics comparison between 2018 demo vs 2020 final build released a few days ago.

Despite the fact that Cyberpunk 2077 ended up looking very good and is considered by many to be the best RPG of all time, you will remember that The Witcher 3, also from CD Projekt RED, suffered a great downgrade in terms of lighting, particle effects and other miscellaneous effects. Seems like studio has learned lots of things from their last launch experience.

On the other side for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the gaming experience and especially the visual of it, seems to be far below what console users expected. On both consoles, the game runs in very low details, resolution up to 720p, and at 15 FPS in some areas. After eight years in development, CD Projekt RED definitely did not measure up to The Witcher 3 in terms of optimization, both on PC and consoles, and hopefully there will be more patches to fix graphic related issues, bugs and performance related issues in certain configurations, especially with those GPUs that do not support DLSS, which is a big change in terms of performance.
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