Cyberpunk 2077 is under siege of negative feedback after launch, but why? As you can guess, it mainly stems from the number of bugs and other issues that were revealed after launch. If we are honest here, no game developer can predict tons of bugs after the launch.
That was the case with Cyberpunk 2077 ‘s Negative Feedback. CD Projekt Red got bombarded with game-breaking issues. The first two days of Cyberpunk 2077 being out, the community has racked up so many clips of bugs, it’s funny. Here’s a montage of the more notable bugs that have scattered across the web:
NOW is the time to actually buy cyberpunk, while the bugs are still hot and hilarious, not refund it! cherish this pic.twitter.com/CSEmyKmrQl
— Gene Park, CEO of Pizza Butt (@GenePark) December 17, 2020
All jokes aside, the game is complete sh** on old-gen consoles. Shocker? Not really. Although the game has been in development for 8 years, I’m pretty sure they figured out that old-gen will only be relevant for another year or two.
For those of you on older generation consoles, you know this. You know that you will be upgrading in the next year or two. The point is that you will be upgrading soon. It is a fact that older generation consoles get abandoned in two years after a newer console drops.
Games stop releasing for the older generation, the older generation starts to lose concurrent users, then the console becomes history. The point being, they shouldn’t have even thought about releasing it on PS4 nor Xbox One.
The Future of Cyberpunk 2077
No matter what, we already know Cyberpunk 2077 is going to do a full 180 and possibly become game of the year soon. Just like Witcher 3 (which had almost the same amount of negative feedback), it will be fixed, and it will improve over time.
The people crying about the game now will eventually come back to the game later. Happens all the time. Sometimes, they even refund the game in an emotional rage, then sees improvement and wishes they didn’t refund. Again happens all-… Let me take back that part.
There are some games that have a terrible launch and never recover from it. *Cough* Anthem *Cough*. Bioware is a prime example of why you shouldn’t get discouraged by customers. They gave up, and the game hasn’t been spoken about ever since.
Luckily, CD Projekt Red is not like that, which gives me faith that Cyberpunk 2077 will be great in the future. The game will eventually be fixed, but in the meantime, let’s enjoy these meme montages!