The mystery behind why V in Cyberpunk 2077 sleeps in such a wierd way has been solved, and it was apparently not because of a bug.
...hate to break it to you but that’s how normal people sleep.
It's normal to sleep sideways on and not to use the pillows?
If you are exhausted you will crash in any position. With or without the pillows.
My brother sleeps sideways sometimes
@CantThinkOfAUsername If sleeping sideways became normal for me because I was too tired to get in properly I'd turn the bed round.
I'm sorry, normal people sleep with their legs hanging off the side of the bed? At this point I sincerely believe most of the people saying CP2077 isn't buggy for them have a low ability to process visual information. They literally can't see what's wrong with the picture. Hint: The character model is supposed to be rotated 90 degrees to fit on the bed.
Wtf! Since when did sleeping have a rule book! Pipe down and calm down dear.
This is news worthy? Must be a slow week.
If that statement wasn't so short, I'd suggest saving it somewhere so you can copy and paste it. That's a pair of sentences that will come in handy around here far more often than you might think.
Now I can finally sleep at night and not worry about this any longer.
A sleep therapist or just a plain old therapist is needed.
Unless it has to do with a patch who cares how V sleeps
He's dreaming of a game that wasn't rushed to meet a release window.
I thought it was going to say he falls through the bed.
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