How Cyberpunk 2077 Cross-Saves Work On PS5 And Xbox Series X/S

Developer CD Projekt Red has outlined the way Cyberpunk 2077 players on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One can transfer their saves to their respective next-gen consoles.

PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players who upgrade to the next-gen system in their respective console family can pick up their Cyberpunk 2077 save file on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S / Series X from where they left off when the game drops on December 10. As you’d expect, the process of transferring saves from one console to the other is different for each console family.

Xbox is very simple. Thanks to Smart Delivery, Cyberpunk 2077 players on Xbox One can upload their save to the cloud and simply pick up their file on Xbox Series S / Series X. Similarly, players can connect both consoles to the same network and download their saves via selecting the System Network Transfer option.

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The Clockwork DevTerm Has Cyberpunk Vibes

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Screenshot: Clockworkpi.com

Clockwork, makers of the Gameboy-esque GameShell, are back with a new mobile product aimed even more squarely at lovers of retro tech. Their DevTerm is a self-contained computer powered by a low-energy CPU or Raspberry Pi aimed directly at folks who are looking for a low-profile, extremely portable computer for coding, sysadmin work, or writing.

The whole thing looks like an unholy union between a cyberpunk luggable and an electric typewriter, especially considering the two knobs on the sides. You have a choice of a ClockworkPi mainboard running an ARM64-bit Quad-core chip or a Raspberry Pi CM3+ Lite. You can also add up to 4 GB of memory. The computer runs Linux and includes a number of ports, including two USB-A ports and a UART port for expanding the device’s input and output. You also get a 6.8-inch screen and a mechanical keyboard with arrow keys

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‘Cyberpunk 2077’ Spoilers Are Starting To Hit The Internet

Cyberpunk 2077 isn’t coming out for a little while now, but things have a way of leaking out. Physical copies have apparently started popping up in the wild, and that means that gameplay has started to leak out on the internet as well: it seems like CD Projekt Red and Warner Brothers are taking various mirrors down as fast as they can spot them, but it’s only a matter of time before major spoilers start to circulate.

So, consider this a warning. If you’re the super-sensitive type, maybe time to start muting words and avoiding the sort of forums that tend to post that sort of thing. We all remember when basically the entirety of The Last of Us Part 2 spilled out over the internet, and it was a bummer for both the developers and fans that didn’t want the story spoiled before

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Cyberpunk 2077 On Xbox Series X Gameplay Showcased In New Video

The new generation is upon us, and with Cyberpunk 2077 right around the corner, CD Projekt Red is taking the opportunity to show off its new game running on the new hardware. A surprise Night City Wire Special presentation has premiered that showcases console footage of Cyberpunk 2077 running on both Xbox One X and Xbox Series X.

The short video was broadcast on Twitch, but you can now rewatch the entire thing below. It showcases edited gameplay footage running on the two consoles, including Microsoft’s new high-end next-gen system. The video cuts back and forth between the two versions, allowing you to compare how portions of the game look on one console versus the other. Notably, neither older Xbox hardware nor the Xbox Series S versions were shown. We also didn’t get to see the PS4, PS4 Pro, or PS5 versions of the game.

Although the frame rate and

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