Cyberpunk 2077 Updates: Yes, the Internet has another reason to nod to Cyberpunk 2077 and the developer CD Projekt Red. Many leaked videos were posted on the Internet over the weekend, and each video showed many serious errors and malfunctions.
This is what most people who read this article will see on YouTube, but these particular videos have one big difference-they are said to have been created by CDPR developers long before the game was released.
Since its release in December last year, Cyberpunk 2077 has become one of the saddest versions in the history of video games, but this does not mean that gamers and critics have stopped taking it to the extreme.
Glitches and errors are part of the gameplay just like the game itself. Since then, Cyberpunk 2077’s developer CD Projekt Red has had its hands full not only fixing the numerous issues that have devastated the game, but also disgruntled gamers seeking refunds and a series of class-action lawsuits from offended shareholders.
Although the glitchiness of Cyberpunk 2077 surprised gamers, it is definitely not news for developers. A recent CDPR leak indicates that at least one developer is taking advantage of the poor video editing situation they undoubtedly know about.
Cyberpunk 2077 GlitchScreenRant
These videos were subsequently posted to Reddit, but some videos were removed from the video hosting website for violating the terms of service. The author of the Winds_Howling2 post has provided links to other videos, which can be viewed in the comments section of the original post.
Some parts of the video are fully compliant with the NSFW standard and will not be displayed, but one of the SFW clips posted on Shooting Stars shows some of these glitches
Many of the glitches seen in the video are clearly related to mid-game development where problems are more likely to occur. The problem caused by the leak is more or less whether the developer knows that most of these glitches will debut with the rest of the game after the game is released, or is building the video just to make it an interesting coincidence?
Video editing with errors usually appears after the game is released to prank developers. When errors are a common part of the development process and maybe fixed more or less with the release or at least within a reasonable time frame, it is not common to take a video before the game is released.
Given that these videos have been leaked and probably should never be published, there is probably no answer to this question, but one thing is generally still true – the community has not forgiven for mocking the CDPR failure of Cyberpunk 2077, and they have not even escaped that light.