Cyberpunk 2077 can be ported to other platforms

the players of Cyberpunk 2077 You can now transfer your saves stadium for other platforms. As a result, players on the now-functional platform will not be left behind if they play Cyberpunk 2077 when the game’s cloud gaming service Google has been discontinued. The sequel to Night City Adventures will be available regardless of platform.

Google’s shutdown of Stadia was already expected, so it wasn’t something that really surprised the market. It was only to be expected when Google commented on it. In any case, this left a bitter taste in the mouths of gamers and developers, but more importantly in consumers who are afraid of losing all their played hours and games.

In the case of Cyberpunk 2077, the developers came up with answers that eased those concerns. Google offers refunds to players, but depending on the game, players’ time may be wasted. However, on the support page CD Project RedThe developers of Cyberpunk 2077 explain how the so-calledGoogle Takeout” is used to transfer game data from the cloud to the user’s computer, and it is divided into guides.

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To summarize, this program allows users to download archived versions of output data in separate folders, these files can be copied and pasted into special paths for Cyberpunk 2077. This method is mainly used for PC players, which means that you have to buy the PC version of the game first.

This method can also be used Xbox and Game station With a cross progression through the beads GOG player, assuming players also have a copy of the game on their console and the cross-platform setting is enabled.

While Stadia will allow users to take their saves using Google Takeout, it will be up to the developers whether players will be able to make those saves in the PC version of their games.

Fortunately, the developers of Cyberpunk 2077 have offered a solution, and other developers have also taken the initiative in their own way, e.g. Ubisoft which helps Stadia players to port their games to PC.

Despite the popular concept, the future of cloud gaming remains uncertain, and while some games do well enough on Game Pass, the mobile streaming service still leaves a lot to be desired. Time will tell if Xbox can pick up the slack to catch up with cloud gaming.

Via: Polygon/Game Rant

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