CD Projekt Red released a new patch for Cyberpunk 2077 that appears to have further improved not just the performance but the visuals as well.
In a new comparison video that was shared by YouTube channel ElAnalistaDeBits, we can see the PS4, PS4 Pro, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox One X, and Xbox Series consoles comparison after the new Cyberpunk 2077 patch.
The first that sticks out here is how much of an improvement the original Xbox One console has received after this update. It used to run at 10 FPS during a stress point of a story mission and now this has jumped up to 20+ FPS after the recent update.
The resolution has also improved with the jump to the performance. CD Projekt Red did mention that they tweaked some of the post-processing effects in Cyberpunk 2077 update 1.05 to make the game appear less blurry, and this does show up in the comparison.
In the case of the Xbox One, now the game runs at a dynamic resolution of 720p to 900p. For Xbox One X, this resolution jumps from 1224p to 1368p. Xbox Series S is under 1080p but with a stable resolution that can drop as low as 972p. In the case of the Xbox Series X, the resolution is different depending on the mode. For Performance mode, it averages 1224p while in the Quality mode, it is 3200x1800p.
PS4 has received less of a boost in the performance when it comes to a comparison with the older patched version and the new one. It appears to be slightly more stable with fewer hitches overall but still drops below 30 FPS in stress point seen during the story mission. The same applies to the PS4 Pro while the PS5 now holds 60 FPS comfortably, at least in this stress point.
While the PS4 runs at a dynamic resolution of 720p to 1080p, PS4 Pro renders slightly higher from 1080p to 1224p. Lastly, we have the PS5 version that runs at 60 FPS which is rather impressive but runs at a dynamic resolution that averages out at 2176x1224p.