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Someone is creating a Cyberpunk 2077 demake for 32-bit platforms that looks retro-amazing

YouTube’s ‘Bearly Regal’ has created an incredible Cyberpunk 2077 demake for 32-bit platforms, such as Playstation and Saturn, that gives us a glimpse at what CD Projekt RED’s RPG could look like on such systems. This is an absolutely stunning video so we strongly suggest watching it right away.

In case you’re wondering, Bearly Regal is the same person that created the Death Stranding demake that got viral a couple of weeks ago. This Cyberpunk 2077 project took Bearly Regal 50 hours to create and it’s not finished yet.

Below you can find the video for Cyberpunk 2077 demake in which Regal explains some of the techniques he has used in order to create it. Regal aims to further polish this demake, though he does not plan to ever release it to the public.

The proper demake footage starts at 11:30 and features the classic Playstation 1 logo screen (for extra retro points). It also features a retro-ish and pixel-y intro, similar to the low quality FMV movies that were released during the 32-bit period. And yes, there is also some in-game retro gameplay footage.


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