Cyberpunk 2077 Players Mock CDPR Game Statistics With Missing Features

Cyberpunk 2077 Updates: Cyberpunk 2077 players have started poke fun at the CDPR and poked fun at the game’s missing features in stats posts with infographics. And tease other facts in it that no one uses them.

Frustrated cyberpunk 2077Players are making fun of CD Projekt RED and their stats (CyberpunkInNumbers), which is also about the game’s subreddit, about the infographics teasing features missing from the game and the fact that no one uses them.

The biggest update for Cyberpunk 2077 so far may be that they will bring the players who are not getting these features in it. But only time will tell, especially when the update will arrive or when the DLC will arrive.

It launched cyberpunk 2077 in December 2020 after many difficulties and some time out. At launch, they clearly stated that the game was still not finished. They removed cyberpunk 2077 from the PlayStation Store and read later, CD Projekt RED sued, and it pushed several updates and hotfixes out. Six months after their release, Cyberpunk 2077 still needs work.

Players highlight unfinished features by installing CyberpunkInNumbers statistics on their official Twitter (via PC Informer). Some of them talk about cool options that have never been completed in the game like changing the style of hair or how the car looks, while others talk about the features presented and not found in the game, but never completed (like Underground).

While this is a nice and easy way for players to vent their frustrations, it doesn’t change any of your feelings, including the anger, failure, sadness that many players feel while watching the game. The figure released by CD Projekt RED was how much money an educated NPC has made since its launch, but they are silent on features suggested or introduced in the game, but incomplete.

What other issues of Cyberpunk 2077 will be resolved?

ScreenRant

Even though the players are no longer looking for excuses, they want the problems in the game to be solved. Because the problems have begun but are not ending, whether they are included in the future, it will be easier to restore confidence in CD Projekt RED. However, Cyberpunk 2077 still has many flaws to be corrected and many more to be done.

Sometimes it’s easier to laugh than to cry over something insulting. Cyberpunk 2077 is going through a rough patch from a year before its release till its launch.

Although the game may be at a standstill in the eyes of the developers, there are still a lot of improvements to be made in the eyes of the players. At the very least, players show their contempt rather than express it more aggressively and negatively.

Hopefully, with the next generation update, some of these features and long-standing issues will be resolved, as players can just laugh and enjoy the issues for so long.

Leave a Comment