Just two week’s before Cyberpunk 2077‘s scheduled release date, the pre-load details about its PlayStation 4 version has leaked. Including the pre-loading time for the game’s files and how much hard drive space does the installation take.
After many delays, December 10 appears to be the date to end our wait for Cyberpunk 2077. Earlier this week, Cyberpunk 2077’s gameplay for PS5 and PS4 Pro was shown by game dev, further indicating that the game is indeed ready to launch. However, the game will be launching without all its cutting edge graphics, with an upgraded version for the PS5 will be launching sometime later, and PC players with AMD cards will have to wait for future updates to add ray tracing.
Now according to the PlaystationSize Twitter account, all these missing upgrades will leave the base game file size at 71.73 GB. This page also alleged that the PS4, PS4 Pro console users will be available to access the pre-load on December 8, but adds that this date, “Can Be Changed To One Week Before Release (3 Dec) and that the actual file size for Cyberpunk 2077 could vary based on region.”
The 71.73 GB game size mentioned above doesn’t include the day one patch or day zero patch, so if all these leaks end up being true, the actual download size could be up to 80 or 90 GB. And also the file size for next-gen could also be closer to 100 GB if we take the above info as a baseline. Now whether Xbox users will have any sort of preload access is currently unclear.
Cyberpunk 2077, the hotly anticipated game will finally be available on December 10 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Google Stadia with cross-saving and backward compatibility on next-gen consoles.