Cyberpunk 2077 was arguably the biggest video game release of 2020. The game finally released after countless delays, people had lot to say about it. Unfortunately, the game was ridden with bugs, glitches and performance issues on release. The game’s unpolished and unfinished state left a lot of people unsatisfied. CD Projekt Red had a lot of backlash to deal with post the game’s release. Most recently, the developers apologised for the game and have also promised to make amends. Here we check out everything about “Cyberpunk devs apologises for the state of the game”.
CD Projekt Red apologises and Announces update Roadmap
Marcin Iwiński, a co-founder of CD Projekt Red released a video apologising for the state of the game. The Co-Founder apologised on behalf of the leading members of the company. He also praised the development team and urged users that it wasn’t their fault. He got into the console version of the game. Marcin Iwiński stated that the main issue regarding performance on older consoles was due to limited storage bandwidth. The game originally was for PC and console versions were backports. CDPR assumed that this would work out well but unfortunately it did not.
A troubling fact is that the console version of the game was having work done on it mere days before release. The game’s state is not worthy of the polished label. CDPR aims to release patches throughout the course of the year. Patch 1.1 is coming within the next 10 days and further improvements will roll out as time passes. Next Gen Consoles and PC will get new free DLC with more content to experience later this year as well. They have sent out the first wave of refunds and aim to bring the game back to the PS store as soon as possible.
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