At long last, the proper next-gen versions of Cyberpunk 2077 are here after they were rolled out alongside a massive update for the game.

Like previous blockbusters that have leapt between console generations, the news once again highlights how much smoother this all is on Xbox compared to PlayStation.

Developer CD Projekt Red detailed these updates, all part of Cyberpunk 2077’s 1.5 patch, on a Twitch stream Tuesday morning that, frankly, could have been an email.

Patch 1.5 introduces welcome improvements

 including smarter enemy AI, an overhauled skill tree, and steamier romances, plus the standard visual and quality-of-life improvements you expect from this sort of thing

For those who’ve been waiting to return to the once-troubled role-playing shooter, this seems like the ticket

If you’re playing Cyberpunk 2077 on Xbox Series X or S, the next-gen update happens automatically.

Your save files carry over, too. Both are the result of Xbox’s “Smart Delivery” feature

which gives you access to the next-gen version for cross-gen games, when applicable

 On PlayStation 5, however, you’ll need to redownload the whole game, since the console treats it as a separate application rather than an update to the existing one.

There are several ways to do so, but the easiest involves heading to your game library, flicking over to the “your collection” tab, clicking the Cyberpunk 2077 tile, and selecting the PS5 version.

You’ll know you’ve downloaded the correct version if there’s a small “PS5” icon next to the game’s title on your console’s dashboard.

Getting your saves from the old version to the new one is another matter.

Per CDPR’s support page, you can upload your save from your PS4 and then redownload it on PS5

circumventing Sony’s long-standing requirement that players subscribe to its PS Plus service to take advantage of cloud saves.