A rather shocking new report reveals that CD Projekt Red has been misled about the state of Cyberpunk 2077 making the launch situation difficult.
Cyberpunk 2077 will always be known in the gaming community from now on because of its release disaster, with countless problems appearing in the game that CDPR was unable to solve in time. Especially on older console platforms, the game’s problems are so numerous that it’s hard to ignore, and this is only exacerbated by the game’s poor optimal performance.
Up to now, Cyberpunk 2077 seems to have gradually been accepted and the negativity is very little, but it seems that there is still more information to shed light on the real reason behind the problems. on its release date. According to the YouTube channel Upper Echelon Gamers, CD Projekt Red may have been clueless about the state of the game on day one, and at least some of the game’s problems are the fault of another party.
Just before the first Cyberpunk 2077 patches were released, CDPR released a statement stating that their game quality team simply failed to detect all the bugs. , although those are errors that people encounter almost immediately when starting the game. Although many in the gaming community see this as a PR stunt, Upper Echelon Gamers has just revealed a key 72-page document that reveals some never-known facts about quality assurance company Quantic Lab’s own company. CDPR.
According to the document in question, revealed to Upper Echelon Gamers by a purported whistleblower, Quantic Lab not only exaggerated the size of the team working on Cyberpunk 2077, but also failed to reveal that the group was actually primarily only junior staff with little experience in game quality assurance. On top of that, Quantic Lab has a daily bug reporting quota policy, forcing employees to report unrelated bugs instead of focusing on some of the most common issues in Cyberpunk 2077.
Although Cyberpunk 2077 still has many bugs, the game is in a significantly improved state compared to what players experienced on day one. While the gaming community has previously criticized CDPR’s early claims that the company doesn’t really know how bad things are, the Upper Echelon Gamers report sheds a whole new light on the game. the problem is going on. The document itself is quite detailed and provides in-depth information on production schedules and internal data types, which is reliable evidence that the case is unlikely to be faked.
Of course like most leaks, gamers should only treat this mentioned document as reference information. Neither CDPR nor Quantic Lab have made a statement about this, and it appears that either company is unlikely to do so, depending on the specifics of their contracts. If this is true, then perhaps CD Projekt Red has also been quite unjust as the only person to be criticized. Either way, Cyberpunk 2077 has a lot of good content for players to enjoy, although it may have been tarnished to the point of being hard to recover from.
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