CD Projekt Red released Cyberpunk 2077's massive Patch 1.2 last week, which featured an absolutely huge list of fixes and improvements across all platforms, but unfortunately Xbox One performance appears to remain poor.

Eurogamer's Digital Foundry took a look at the game on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One over the weekend, and found that the PS4 Pro version was "clearly" improved, but the Xbox One X version continued to have "major issues."

"Overall, the improvement to One X is less impressive and it's still possible to see performance drop beneath 20fps simply by traversing dense environments at speed - an area where PS4 Pro sees dramatic improvements.

The alley combat stress test seems to run just as badly as it did in version 1.1. Overall, there is improvement, but it's nowhere near as performant as PS4 Pro - a strange state of affairs."

As for the base Xbox One S, Digital Foundry stated that it remains "extremely difficult to recommend," highlighting that it "continues to disappoint and perhaps inevitably, it remains the worst performing version of Cyberpunk out there."

Obviously, Cyberpunk 2077's Patch 1.2 wasn't wholly focused on optimisation, so there are still plenty of improvements that are worth noting, but hopefully CDPR can at least find a way to bring the Xbox One X version on par with PS4 Pro.

"What we're seeing in patch 1.2 is progress, but it is strange that in my tests, only PS4 Pro saw across the board improvements. Fingers crossed that this extends to all systems when the next major patch arrives."

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