Cyberpunk 2077 in the wild, different PS5s … Weekly # 11

Chronic Cyberpunk 2077 in the wild, different PS5s … Weekly # 11

Every day, Jeuxvideo.com strives to summarize in 60 seconds the big news of the day via the JVCom Daily. The editorial returns to the origin of the information, what you need to know, and its consequences … Compilation of each daily column, the JVCom Weekly takes up everything that happened this week on the planet JV .

MONDAY – Cyberpunk 2077: Some got it early!

First announced in 2012, Cyberpunk 2077 has seen its release shifted many times. If CD Projekt Red had initially planned a release for April 16, the studio (also known for its work for the saga The Witcher) has postponed its title several times: first to September 17, then to November 19 to finally rely on December 10.

Tuesday – Cyberpunk 2077: more than 200 hours to do 100%?

Dated last year, Cyberpunk 2077 is coming to our consoles soon. The title is developed and published by CD Projekt Red, a Polish studio behind the The Witcher saga. The latter was concluded with a third episode hailed by the press and the public. One of its strengths was its lifespan: the campaign takes players an average of 52 hours. A main plot that should be less time consuming for Cyberpunk 2077.

WEDNESDAY – PS5: Not all consoles are the same!

Available in France for six days, the PlayStation 5 is a victim of its success. This is evidenced by the stock shortages at many distributors, but also the enthusiasm that players have to discover each mystery like that of the door in Demon’s Souls Remake. Another secret has also been discovered, and this time it concerns the difference in noise that there can be between two models of PlayStation 5.

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THURSDAY – PS5: Sony has managed to arouse the envy

During a showcase that took place in mid-September, Sony launched the first pre-orders of its new console, the PlayStation 5. Victim of its success, the machine quickly found itself out of stock at the main distributors. , forcing Sony to restock stores. Stores that have been in the inability to sell PS5 on release day, which did not prevent the manufacturer from breaking a new sales record.

Friday: The PS5 more powerful than the Xbox Series X?

Released for two big weeks, the new generation consoles are the subject of extensive tests which allow to see what they really have in the belly. Sold as a silent console that does not heat up, the PlayStation 5 has tended to show the opposite in recent days. On the Xbox Series X side, the machine was sold as the “most powerful console ever“but hardly prove it.

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