Some gamers still see Cyberpunk 2077 as a mess, but the latest version is much more advanced than the first.
It’s been more than a year since Cyberpunk 2077 launched on consoles and PCs, and while it’s slowly becoming the full-fledged game it should have been on launch day, the memory of disaster The launch of the game is still quite new to many gamers. While the recent 1.5 update for Cyberpunk 2077 has changed and fixed many things, it seems that some issues are still widespread and the developers are still working tirelessly to fix them all. However, no matter how many bugs there are, the game has certainly progressed with many changes made, with a recently released video showing that progress most clearly.
YouTube channel Bear Gaming Asia uploaded a comparison video showing some of the differences between version 1.0 of Cyberpunk 2077 and the latest update. In particular, this 10-minute video demonstrates the improvements made to the AI as well as some physical aspects of the game. From the video it can be seen that although CDPR still has some work to do, it is clear that the game has changed a lot in the past year.
In the video, one of the first things shown is the physical impact with the water, where in version 1.0 the grenade dropped into the lake had no effect at all when detonated. Compare this with version 1.5, the water surface has been improved and has effects when gamers shoot guns or throw bombs into the lake. In addition, in the previous versions, people did not react realistically when attacked by gamers like in the newer version, especially the reactions when the gun was pointed at them, being punched in the back of the head, being attacked. attack while in the car, or used as a life shield, NPCs will not only run but also attack the player. Version 1.5 has basically upgraded the AI behaviors and general physics effects.
The reality is that the game is definitely making significant improvements since it was first released in December 2020, but there are still some pretty serious issues. At the time of its release, Cyberpunk 2077 was considered one of the worst game launches of 2020, even though the scale of the disappointment is far outweighed by 2016’s No Man’s Sky. However, Bear Gaming Asia’s video proves that the studio has worked diligently to bring the product as close as possible to the state that fans have come to expect. Although it’s still a long way from Cyberpunk2077 to become a product as promised before, but at least the future of the game is no longer bleak.
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