It is obvious that the launch of Cyberpunk 2077 has been far from being the one dreamed of by CD Projekt RED. The Polish studio, highly valued for its work on The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, has suffered in its flesh the problems of a video game with numerous bugs, especially on the base platforms of the previous generation. After the title returned to the PlayStation Store, the developer continues to improve its role play. He has also shared an interesting fact: the times that V, the protagonist, has died in all user games.
“Until now, the bandit mercenary named V has died 585 million times in Night City ”, they publish on the official Twitter account. “If you want to commemorate each of the deaths in the columbarium of the city, you would need [un espacio] 14 times wider than Central Park ”.
The most common mistakes in Cyberpunk 2077
As part of this transparency exercise, they have updated the most common errors that players have found due to their journey through Night City, as we already published in MeriStation. They are as follows:
- Rhythm of the Night – Takemura doesn’t call even when you’ve completed other main missions, he gets stuck on the objective “Look for other clues or wait until Takemura is ready.”
- Cyber Psycho Detection: Smoke in the Waters – The mission can get stuck in the diary without an objective even though it has been completed.
- I can’t get up today – Stefan has disappeared and mission progress is not possible.
Cyberpunk 2077 is currently available on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Google Stadia, while on next-gen consoles it still works through backward compatibility. CD Projekt RED is immersed in the development of a native version for PS5, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, although at the moment it does not have a specific date, but a launch window that seems to point to the end of 2021.
Source | Cyberpunk 2077 (Twitter)