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Haven't played it yet, but really looking forward to it. Gonna wait for the next gen patch though. I figure most of the issues will be ironed out by then. Underneath the problems, it seems like a great game that was perhaps a victim of its own ambition. And to the angry mob, no, I'm not justifying the launch issues.
From the road map they laid out the next gen patch is still a long ways out . I couldn’t wait. Game is really good and I have had a solid experience on the series x. Some of the bugs are hilarious!
I'm waiting for the next 2 patches. Those are supposed to be pretty major and I anticipate they will fix most the problem, then I'll dive In.
Arkard Game is really good. I’m finding the story interesting, side missions are plentiful and maybe the high point of the game plus it’s a very deep game. The rpg systems and customization is massive. Hopefully those patches do help performance across the board and kill the bugs. I’ve not encountered anything game breaking but there are plenty of minor bugs like I noticed a street musician playing guitar but the guitar wasn’t visible in her hand. It was pretty funny. I’m playing on the series x in quality mode and it’s been solid performance wise but my tv supports vrr so I wouldn’t encounter FPS dips if they happened. Game looks ok to sometimes great. If you pick it up hopefully you enjoy it
Same here. Can't wait to get my hands on the whole next gen package. I get the anger over launch. But go get a refund and shut up. And if you didn't get a refund then a bigger shut up. You incurred no loss at all if you got a refund and therefore have forfeited your right to be angry any longer. Perfectly acceptable to be disappointed of course. But the angry mob is childish.
if only money was the issue you'd be correct lol but I dont see many people complaining about that issue..
@Dee_91 And that makes even less sense. Was CDPR on gofundme? Was everyone investing their money in it? The game came out and if you didnt like it you could easily get a refund. Its a win for consumers since they get to play the story, maybe, and then refund. I know that when I get my hands on it I wont be able to get a refund if i dont like it.
Heard it's a poor game even beyond the bugs. Story wise, interaction etc it's very shallow.
You heard wrong.
The game is awesome but soooo broken on my computers. Buggiest game I've had since Assassins Creed Unity.
Right...i don't remember the backlash being as bad with unity... Where there any refunds offered?
The backlash was pretty bad bro back then I definitely remember
Unity had heavy backlash especially on PC. Ubisoft did give refunds for certain periods of time and many stores accepted refund requests from what I remember. Eventually they gave away DLC that had a price near launch for free instead Criticism was heavy and memes were made from the glitches
@Cluclap @TheColbertinator Yes I know there was backlash but I dont recall the media going crazy about it like with cyberpunk. It almost looks like some are hoping for CDPR to disappear.
Just another good game, but not great. It is simply a cumulative things from good things have been existed in other open world and RPG games before, with punk theme.
Will play this in 2022.
Same. I think they should have announced the game last year with a 2022 release date.
Ive played for 10h on my ps4 fat and i really enjoy it - so i stopped to wait the patches. However, its shame tha CEO and Adam consider the PC version fine regarding the artistic aspect. Its not just bugs and performance, there are a bunch of funcitions and asssets they must improve (ai, for instance). Since them, ive become more scepitcal with the type of improvement they are working on; i can image they just fix some bugs and emphasis that this game is great this way, moving to their next projeto. Another shame for CDPR
I got it day one on pc....play it 3 hours and quit...waiting a patch or two to fix everything...sound promising...just need a little more time...
I'm sitting on it a bit until the official patches come out, but I still highly believe in them as a company. A poor release doesn't kill their dedication to a quality trilogy, not the fact they run the most pro consumer storefront to be had.
Im getting this game no matter what, just waiting for the beta testers to finish polishing for me.
I stopped playing after the first 5hrs, police popping out of nowhere, the police chase and shoot at just you when other characters just randomly start shooting at you, and when you kill the characters the police just stop and walk off as though nothing happened or they vanish into thin air.
It has a good story and enjoyable but they ruined it with the bugs and the promises. I can see past flaws but many will simply refuse and rightfully so.
Idk ... I'm having fun with it; yes, there are issues, bug, glitches and pop-in problems. But, I still enjoy it; hopefully, they will have it fixed soon.
Unless they fix the terrible AI and police mechanics this game will always be sub-par no matter how many patches it gets.
The story wasn’t bad but everything else was. The gunplay was unenjoyable, awful melee combat, gameplay loop was boring, and the AI is just awful.
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