Likely a resolution conflict. Best to report it here:
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really silent here. i suppose this thread title is not a correct title to explain tv issues or simply the tv issues aren't affecting that big of the Cyberpunk2077 community.
I'm using an AVR that is HDCR 2.2 compliant feeding out to a 4K Display and work with Visuals/Display Equipment for a job.
This isn't a TV issue which is why the Title is correct for what it is, if it had been UI clips off my TV I'd have said that but since I have my console hooked up to my playback screen ( which isn't a TV ) your comment about it being a wrong title is the incorrect thing here.
This is that even with everything checked and also using the PS4 setting to pull the Safe Area inside my screen boundaries by a good inch or so each way I have a UI that clips offscreen and hasn't been sorted by the horfixes so far.
It's as if the Scaling is fixed at 1.1 or something else that overscales it past the screen boundaries, and all it needs is literally a reduction to about 90% of current set value and it would fit perfectly.
I'm running this game on a PS4 Pro on a Samsung 4K TV (not running on HDR settings as apparently they're bugged anyway!) and even though I don't have this issue I thought I might offer a few suggestions of things I would try, if I did have it:
1. Restart your Playstation - if you're like me I only put my Playstation into Rest Mode but it is always beneficial, as with any hardware to completely shut down and start up again.
2. Clear the Playstation cache - Shut down your Playstation completely then remove the power cable from the back of the console and leave it for at least 2 minutes, then plug it back in and turn the console on and load up the game.
3. Delete and re-download/re-install the game again - You don't have to delete your game saves so no progress should be lost but it might be that the game didn't install properly the first time round or one of the patches got corrupted during download so a delete and reinstall might fix this.
hey there. just tested this as well downloading the game again. didn't do much but it did improve the crashing to be more less. used to be a lot.Shut down your Playstation completely then remove the power cable from the back of the console and leave it for at least 2 minutes. Doing this will clear the cache.