Now it’s clear that the developers themselves were laughing at the incredible Cyberpunk 2077 bug they made – as evidenced by the montage they put together for the game.
Arguably, last year, and perhaps even the most awaited game of the decade, could have been a success story. Console fans cried hundreds of gallons of tears when the game was in a horrific state: amazingly buggy and choppy.
Since then, many PS4 and Xbox bugs in the game have become a true legend.
Then Sony even removed the game from its web store, leaving PlayStation 4 owners who wanted to buy it after blama and walked away. The company has also been sued in various class actions and the Polish company has not yet seen it in the relevant civil action. And if that wasn’t enough, even hackers broke into the CD project and hijacked the source code of their most important games (two copies of The Witcher 3, Cyberpunk 2077, etc.). And it’s still not over!
Cyberpunk 2077 will be an incredibly good game
Now, some videos allegedly stolen during the February campaign have been leaked. You can see these below. The videos are actually bug montages, or a kind of bug review that the developers put together for fun a few months before Cyberpunk 2077 was released. This was confirmed by one of the game’s developers, Slava Lukyanenka, one of the game’s producers, in a since-deleted tweet. .
And what makes all this Blama bigger? Well, Martin Iwiňski, co-founder of the CD Project, allegedly claimed back in January, in an apologetic video, that during testing, they encountered most of the problems that players had.
Judging by the videos, it is very hard to believe that Iwinsky did not expect a thousand.
Get ready for the space-consuming Cyberpunk 2077 frenzy
The bad joke is that Cyberpunk 2077 is a fantastically great game despite its lingering problems. Well, let’s see the video…
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