Cyberpunk 2077 was a let down, but it’s one of the most played games out there!

Cyberpunk 2077 was one of the most anticipated games of the year, and arguably always, in that it promised a lot of good in a project. However, as CD Projekt Red himself admitted, the release was plain and simple a disaster.

The game has been postponed several times, but even so, it’s completely unplayable on last generation consoles, to be honest, this is where the vast majority of gamers still live.

In fact, if we are completely honest, the studio has pursued a fraudulent strategy by never using videos from the PS4 and Xbox One versions in their promotions. In other words, the team knew the game was bad, but even so, they went out of their way to sell it, strong and ugly.

But unbelievable … Despite the real flop, Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the most played games of 2021!

Cyberpunk 2077 was a let down, but it’s one of the most played games out there!

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Therefore, according to Valve (responsible for the Steam platform), Cyberpunk 2077 still manages to have 200,000 players connected at the same time and is actually in the silver category, in the part of the best-selling games. In other words, Cyberpunk 2077 stands alongside other titles like Resident Evil Village and Monster Hunter World.

Why success after an epic failure? Well, the studio has vowed to redeem itself, and so far it hasn’t failed. After being removed from PSN after a few patches, the game returned on June 21, 2021, and amazingly, it became the top-selling title on the platform as early as the following month.

Reviews on Steam, which were obviously very negative in the first few days after its release, are now in the “very positive” terrain.

Cyberpunk is on the right track, but there is still a lot to be done!

Finally, in the words of the President of CD Projekt Red, Cyberpunk 2077 will be an amazing game capable of delivering everything that the original premise manifested.

However, all of the extra work seems to have pushed the ‘next-gen’ versions a little further into the future. Right now, however, it’s very likely that gamers will want a bug-free version on their next-generation consoles, rather than something that is done in three moves.

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