Since the release of Cyberpunk 2077 on December 10th, the game has gone through numerous patches and updates in order to fix the current state of the game. On a technical front, Cyberpunk 2077 is still plagued by plenty of bugs and glitches on both PC and current-gen consoles, but none as broken as the PS4 and Xbox One versions. Players on last-gen consoles have reported massive framerate dips, crashes, game-breaking bugs, and a list of problems that spurred on mass refunds from players over the weekend. CD Projekt Red have now released a statement acknowledging and apologizing for the hiccups.
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CD Projekt Red's latest statement on Cyberpunk 2077 acknowledges that the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game were simply not up to standard, and took it a step further by even apologizing for not showing footage of the game running on those consoles prior to launch - something that many feared, and just as many criticized the studio for. They aim to release a new patch within the next seven days, but have assured that patchwork will continue after the holidays as well. So far, the game has seen about three major updates that mostly stabilizes performance, though frequent bugs and glitches are still persistent across all platforms. Here's the full statement from CD Projekt Red:
CD Projekt Red also stated that they're aware of players not being satisfied with the current state of the game, and suggested refunds as well - though they do still ask users to give them a chance. Nonetheless, the damage has been done already for many who encountered potentially dangerous bugs (I personally ran into one that froze up my console's system software). There's a lot of patchwork still needed for Cyberpunk 2077 to run optimally on last-gen consoles, while smoothening out the experience for PC and current-gen players too. The upcoming update for PS4 and Xbox One won't make the game look and run like the versions on PC or current-gen consoles, but they've noted that they're trying to get it as close to that experience as possible.
In the meantime, hang tight as we're currently working on our final review for Cyberpunk 2077. To give them the benefit of the doubt, we'll also wait for this next major patch to release before we can offer our final verdict.
Cyberpunk 2077 is now available for PS4, Xbox One and PC.
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