Just before 2020, there was a lot of hype and anticipation for Cyberpunk 207777. It was good for good reason. The developer behind Cyberpunk 2077, CD Project Red, was known for winning the incredible RPG title of the incredible hit trilogy series The Witter. In this next installment, the players expected a much bigger experience, but what they got was a buggy mess.
Cyberpunk may have been hyped up for 2077 years but it was clear that the studio could have used much more time in developing the game once the game was launched. There are a number of bugs that can be prevented by picking up players’ descriptive campaigns, long texture load times, NPC and AI behavioral errors.
That said, there are still quite a few fans and critics to appreciate the title. However, the ones who were bad for this game are the players of a base model PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platform. These platforms were far behind the optimizations made for premium-level models like the PlayStation 4 Pro or next-generation console platforms.
Some would say that these games were simply not playable at the time of introduction. Random crashes from frame rate drop, with fatal amount bugs. It ended with players requesting refunds for both physical and digital copies. This is not something that the developer or his investors wanted.
Investors saw a massive drop in stock due to the launch of the games and this prompted some law firms to consider filing a classified lawsuit against CD Project Red. Today we learned that Rosen Law Firm, a law firm in New York, has filed a lawsuit against Development Studio. The title of the comments given by the developer studio was in much better shape than it was due to the poor optimization of the game. For now, we’ll have to wait and see if any other law firms file lawsuits and what will come of these legal actions against the studio.