A number of PS5 players who have physical copies of Cyberpunk 2077 are complaining that they won’t be able to upgrade the game via the now released next-gen update 1.5. This appears to be related to different areas of the PSN account and the game’s physical disc.
Including in the forum Tweakers And reddit Complain about this issue. CD Projekt RED, developer of Cyberpunk 2077, posted a short message on a support page about the possible cause of this problem. over there The company says Cyberpunk 2077 disc owners can only download the Next Generation Update if the PlayStation CUSA code on the disc matches your PlayStation account region. Essentially, the launcher account and disk code must be from the same region for the update to apply.
It’s possible that a different version of CyberPunk 2077 was sold in the Netherlands and Belgium, among other countries. On CD Projekt RED صفحة page Specifically, different versions of the discs in different languages may have been sold in the following countries: Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Iceland, Malta, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, and the Netherlands. Players from these countries who cannot obtain the update are advised to check with the vendor about the disc version purchased at that time.
Many players are affected by the issue report which can be resolved by checking which region the icon on the disc belongs to and then creating a new PlayStation profile for that region. In a few cases, players seem to have received a Polish version. In this case, if a Polish PSN account is created, the free multiplayer upgrade is available. A player reported that it is then possible to play on a regular PSN account and that the Polish account can then be removed without any problems.
Tuesday brought CD Projekt RED Patch 1.5 is out of Cyberpunk 2077 on all platforms† This game gives not only a graphical upgrade for Xbox Series X, S, and PlayStation 5, but also several substantial improvements such as improved driving behavior and the option to deepen relationships. Moreover, the PC version gets benchmarks and FSR support.
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