Cyberpunk 2077 Dev On PS5 And Scarlett: "We'll Look At It"
Cyberpunk 2077 is launching in April 2020, which is around six months before Project Scarlett and the rumored PlayStation 5 are supposedly scheduled to launch during the holiday season. Will The Witcher developer’s ambitious RPG also come to the new consoles? It’s something that developer CD Projekt Red is looking at, according to senior level designer Miles Tost.
He told GamerHubTV that CD Projekt Red is currently focused on the current generation of consoles and PC, though the studio is also considering next-generation systems. “We’ll look at [next-generation consoles] and go, ‘Maybe?’ But it’s not our area of interest right now.”
“Of course we are looking at what is happening in the games industry because we are part of it, and we need to always look forward,” he said. “But at the same time, we are a studio that really focuses on the work we’re doing now. So our full attention is on current-gen consoles and PC. Who knows? When the time comes for it, maybe [we’ll support next-gen consoles]. But until [Cyberpunk 2077 launches in April 2020], we have a thing to do. And as far as what I have heard, the next-gen consoles … Xbox just announced holiday 2020. So it’s not really a concern for us now because it comes way after where we want to release our game.”
Project Scarlett is launching in holiday 2020, while the PlayStation 5 is also rumored to be launching around then. Just today, analyst first Cowen & Company released a report that back that up, stating that Sony’s new system is expected to release in the fall/holiday season.
Project Scarlett and the PlayStation 5 are already confirmed to be backwards compatible, so it is expected that Cyberpunk 2077 will play on the new consoles. Both systems are more powerful than the beefiest current generation console hardware, so Tost is likely speaking about next-generation consoles in regards to what capabilities the new hardware might allow Cyberpunk 2077 to achieve on them.
Cyberpunk 2077 launches on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on April 16, 2020. The Matrix actor Keanu Reeves plays a major role in the game, though unfortunately he won’t sing.
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