At this point, a lot of people from within the games media have seen Cyberpunk 2077 in action. Developer CD Projekt Red has been showing a 50 minute demo behind closed doors to members of the press, and by all accounts, it's pretty incredible.
Many have penned their thoughts, with the majority of articles covering stunning graphics, a completely seamless world, dark, mature themes, punchy combat, and deep role-playing systems. Going by the sheer excitement on display, it almost seems too good to be true.
With such praise and amazement being directed towards the game, people have begun to question whether Cyberpunk 2077 really is a current-gen title. After all, the PlayStation 4 is now closing on its last few years -- or thereabouts, at least -- and Cyberpunk 2077 sounds like a technical marvel. Is there a chance that it's actually PS5 game, realistically speaking?
"I've heard a number of people say that [it's a next-gen game]," quest designer Patrick Mills told Game Informer. "The current console generation is what we're aiming for. We are aiming for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and of course PC as well," Mills clarified.
So we at least know that CD Projekt Red is still targeting the PS4, but we're definitely starting to wonder whether Cyberpunk 2077 will bleed into the next generation. If the game's still a year or two off, then surely it'll launch around the same time as the predicted PS5? Could members of the press be seeing the first real cross-gen title in action? We suppose only time will tell.
What platform do you think Cyberpunk 2077 will hit? Will it make it onto the ageing PS4, or will it be pushed to the PS5? Or will it cover both of them? Place your bets in the comments section below.