75 GBs of Cyberpunk 2077's PS4 pre-load files have surfaced online via 4chan. The files appear to be encrypted and will remain locked until the game is released on December 10, 2020.
Before we dive into the story, you should know that we won't share any links to the 4chan thread or direct download links for these files in this article. You'll get to see some screenshots and that's about it, no direct links since we don't want to encourage people to download these files.
Anyway, an anonymous user over at 4chan has shared a link to 75 GB file of Cyberpunk 2077's PlayStation 4 pre-load files. As we found out from the thread, these files appear to be encrypted and will remain that way until the release, which is scheduled for December 10, 2020.
Some users suggest that even if these files were not locked, it would be extremely hard to install the game on any jailbroken system since their firmware version is way too low for the game to run.
On top of this, you're probably looking at a version without a potential day one patch, which means there's a high possibility this is a version that made CD Projekt Red postpone the game in the first place.
The 75 GB file size definitely looks legit since we learned recently that the game will come on two blu ray discs, taking up approximately 70 GB of PS4 storage space.
We sincerely hope that the leaked files will be impossible to install on PS4 since otherwise, it would be a pretty hectic 20 days until release with leaked gameplay in The Last of Us Part II style. If that happens somehow, we suggest you unplug your internet cables for a couple of weeks. That seems like the safest way to avoid the avalanche of spoilers.