News CD Projekt Reveals Its Cyberpunk 2077 Roadmap For 2021

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There are a lot of bugs, but overall it has been the best game I've played in the last year.
Also it is a shame it doesn't work well on the PS4 and Xbox oneS, but the limiting of progress of games in 2021, 2022 and 2023 just so those potatoes can run them would be even worse. Somebody had to be first to show these old consoles just aren't good enough for the future of gaming. And I'm glad CDPR did it sooner rather than later.
My GTX 580 can't play it and it can smoke those 2 consoles in older games. Boo hoo.
 
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The state that game was released in is horrible and there is no excuses when your game cost 300+ USD million dollars.

I guess the budget was 200 millions on the marketing. 99 on the actors and 1 million for the game development ;)

I can assure you that if you give me 300 million USD my game would be top notch with no bug at release because that 300 millions would have been used where it matters. Can you imagine the project manager having to explain why the game is so buggy to the wolves shares holder. Deadlines and people at the top not knowing what a good game is and they don't really care either. They just want to see the money rolling in.
 
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You know in a lot of places if they sell you a car that is still broken after multiple fixes, they legally have to give you a refund.
Maybe it's time the game industry gets some basic regulation to protect customers and developers from these abusive megabillion superpublishers.
I mean, I would still start with money laundering in Fifa, and how most games try to steal from addicts and children using no-win gambling mechanics.... But at least there needs to be some accountability in a world where a publisher tells you to return a game to the store, then the store laughs you out of the building because no retailer has accepted physical game returns since the invention of the CD.
 

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I like the story, characters, gameplay and graphics. And there are enough differences in gameplay paths that I'll be playing it at least once more. But what does any of that matter when there are some bugs somebody can make a video of?
 

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When Red dead redemption 2 was released... it was broken and so on. It is what it is. It is quite seldom when we see game that is ready in release... or is nor released ever (i look you Robert Spacing industries...)
The funnies news I did saw when console players did get refunds, one customer did get mad because game was removed from him, when he did the refund ;)
No worry, the game is good and it will be ready sooner or later. I plan to play it next year. I already own it, but has not installed it yet. Why would I? Next year there is some other new game that will be ready one year after the release!
 

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These guys should of know better then to release a game so broken. That just sums up gaming the last 3 years. Imagine in other professions doing a job half way and expecting to get paid full price . Disgraceful
Has it been revealed who specifically pushed to have the game on PS4 and XB One? I'm holding off on getting it for PC, but from what I've heard it's fine for PC, it's just the previous gen consoles that struggle. I'm trying to withhold blame until I can find out who the correct "these guys" are. What really bakes my noodle is wondering if the PC and current gen console launch could've improved if they ignored previous gen consoles entirely.
 

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