Cyberpunk 2077 Finally here, and players can make their long-awaited trip to the Night City. Unfortunately, although CD Projekt RED’s RPG takes many years to prepare, it suffers from an alarming amount of bugs and glitches that made players’ first foray into the daring metropolitan area a less-than-excellent experience.
It seems that no matter which platform players choose to start their journey, they run into problems. Simply put, things don’t look very hot.
Various reports have surfaced since the game debuted on November 10 Xbox One, Playstation 4, And the PC in regards to its status as what can be succinctly described as a hot mess, with fewer inconveniences in terms of glitches ranging from smaller annoyances like frustratingly choppy frame rates to game-breaking bugs that completely knocked players out of the experience.
PC users also deal with their difficult issues. to me Wccftech, Even RTX 3090 GPU is unable to reach 60fps 4K resolution with maximum graphics settings. When using Nvidia’s DLSS technology in game performance mode, the RTX 3090 can only run at 57.8fps. Without DLSS, it’s down to the obnoxious 22 fps. This, along with the issues players have seen across the platforms, has caused a very disturbing appearance.
On top of that, there are actually issues with the in-game special setup which is only designed to turn off any copyrighted music to protect streaming players on Twitch from potential DMCA removals. As an alternative solution, CD Projekt RED advised the live broadcasters to completely mute the music rather than possibly receive removals, with an apology for “any inconvenience that has occurred”. Given that music is a huge part of Cyberpunk 2077, this is more than an inconvenience.
We have come to the knowledge that there are additional instances in the game that could place a DMCA alert on your channel. The fix is on the way but until then, we’d like to ask you to mute the music in the game settings completely. We are very sorry for any inconvenience. https://t.co/SS0yhyPrMoDecember 10, 2020
Oddly enough, niches like the edge I report that the Google Stadia version of the game, which is streamed via Google’s servers, could be the best way to play the game at the moment, except for those who play it which is not the latest and coolest GPU or controllers on the computer. Cloud games look good in Night City, as The Verge said it had a positive experience, stating that it “works smoothly”, even over Wi-Fi.
On PS5 And the Xbox Series X.The game appears to handle itself well, albeit due to a large list of bugs that still pop up, despite the fact that technically there isn’t any version of the game yet. However, these versions are hardly copy-free, with similar issues to the PC version here and there.
It’s the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions that give everyone a pause. Eurogamer Reports suggest that the PS4 version suffers from lower frame rates and popups when the screen is busy, as well as low-resolution blur in visuals on seemingly random occasions. This, coupled with characters locked in T modes, disappearance of assets, and random precision drops made gameplay on the console from the last generation more than a little disappointing.
The list of frustrations seems to continue, regardless of which platform you choose to play on. Although CD Projekt RED initially posted a first-day patch, it doesn’t seem to have alleviated most of the issues. We’ll have to wait and see what happens as the days go by and additional problems emerge – CDPR will likely continue pushing for additional fixes as Cyberpunk’s release nears.
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