Game Developer Reimagines Cyberpunk 2077 as a PS1 Game

Earlier this month the one and only Cyberpunk 2077 has released on Next Gen console, but what if the game released on a much older platform? Game developer Anders Lundbjork imagined just that, with a take on the game that looks like it would be right at home on Sony’s original PlayStation!  “Lundbjork works for mobile game developer Dreamon Studios, and the video was created using Unity alongside “a shader that snaps vertices to the closest pixel of whatever low resolution of my choosing, to fake that wobbly look of PS1 games.” This will for sure give the older fans some flashbacks form the PS1.

Tweet Credit: Anders Lundbork

Anders design got so much praise and positive feedback, given how close the video appears to be to the other PS1 games. “Of course, some respondents couldn’t help but compare the graphics to the version of Cyberpunk 2077 that appeared on PS4 and Xbox One.” Even though the comments on Twitter are great, there is still a lot of controversy about the Next Gen game. “Some players have alleged that developer CD Projekt Red intentionally hid those versions from the public, opting instead to exclusively showcase the game’s graphics on PC. As a result of the outcry, many retailers have offered full refunds for Cyberpunk 2077, and PlayStation even delisted the game from its Store. It seems that even fun projects like this one cannot escape the controversy that’s been surrounding Cyberpunk 2077 since its release,” said Comicbook.com

What do you think of Lundbjork’s PS1-style take on Cyberpunk 2077? Does this remind you of any PS1 games you use to play, leave a comment with your opinion!

Source(s) Comicbook.com, Anders Lundbork

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