Before Cyberpunk 2077 hit the market, expectations were about to be blown away. The long-awaited day finally arrived, but after many promises, players discovered the cake: dire performance on previous-generation base consoles and many problems that still needed refinement work. When Pawel Sasko, director of missions, was asked in a streaming about the absence of police pursuits, the creative responded that not all open world games have them… and has used Elden Ring and the new Sonic title as an example.
Some have assumed the tone was a joke, but judging from the video posted on Reddit, the answer seems pretty serious. “Not all open world games,” he says, “because I don’t think open worlds of the Elden Ring or the new Sonic they are going to have it ”. According to his words, he understands the reasoning of the person who has asked him the question, but emphasizes again that it is not an intrinsic characteristic of this class of video games.
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Agreement between CD Projekt RED and the shareholders who reported them
The launch of Cyberpunk 2077 has been on the verge of reaching the courts. A group of shareholders sued the company for the situation that occurred when the game went on sale. However, the complaint filed in the United States will not proceed, since both parties have smoked the peace pipe after the Polish firm agreed to pay 1.85 million dollars.
Cyberpunk 2077 is available on Xbox One, PS4, PC, and Google Stadia. The role-playing and action title works in the new generation through backward compatibility, but will be released on PS5, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S in the first half of 2022, if plans go as planned.
Source | Reddit