Those who've purchased digital versions of PS One and PSP titles can download and play the same on PS4 and PS5 at no extra cost.
CDPR recently announced that it's switching to Unreal Engine 5, which already offers "advanced multiplayer solutions".
CD Projekt RED confirms that Cyberpunk 2077's paid expansion, which is currently in development, won't be out before next year.
The controversial FPS/RPG first launched in December 2020. It recently received support for Xbox Series X/S and PS5 with update 1.5.
"I cannot tell you anything about our future plans, but I can assure you that we are working on expansions," says quest director Pawel Sasko.
The new patch for the game brings several fixes related to gameplay, the open world, questlines, UI, and much more.
Cyberpunk 2077's expansion is still being made on REDengine, but the next The Witcher game and other future projects will be built on Unreal Engine.
FromSoftware's latest is the biggest game launch in the UK outside of the Call of Duty and FIFA series since 2018's Red Dead Redemption 2.
Guerrilla Games' latest open world title is just behind Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales in launch sales and dethrones Pokemon Legends: Arceus.
Cyberpunk 2077's native current-gen version is a slightly more polished version of a game that's still bogged down by significant issues.
The studio's debut project is the first in a planned saga, and is being built using Unreal Engine 5 for "PC and next-gen consoles".
Appearance customization, new weapons and attachments, apartment renting, AI improvements and much more also added.
Update 1.5 will add support for current-gen platforms with "visual and technical" improvements, ray tracing support, faster loading times and more.
With an announcement stream set for later today, it seems CD Projekt RED is gearing up to release Cyberpunk 2077's native PS5 and Xbox Series X/S versions.
The livestream will start at 4 PM CET/7 AM PST. No details have been provided but CD Projekt RED said on Twitter that, "We'll talk things."
It seems a native PS5 version of Cyberpunk 2077 has been spotted in the PSN backend, possibly hinting at an imminent launch.
CD Projekt RED Global PR Director Radek Grabowski squashes recent reports of an upcoming "soft relaunch" for Cyberpunk 2077 with update 1.5.
Resident Evil Village takes the Game of the Year, while prominent games like Deathloop and others take their respective spots as well.
In a recent livestream, a Cyberpunk 2077 developer made some rather interesting comments about the game not having cop chases and bikes in traffic.
The Polish company will pay out an agreed sum of $1.85 million, with all charges and claims being dropped in the lawsuit.