This is the first time ever Open to criticism Warning issued to Cyberpunk 2077 Players who plan to buy games on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One.
The comment aggregator OpenCritic has already started to display warnings to website users when they start to check Cyberpunk 2077’s comment scores.
The website wrote in the official statement released at the top of the “Cyberpunk 2077 OpenCritic” page: “This game has performance, player experience, and review scores between PC, next-generation consoles, Xbox One and PS4 versions. Significant differences.
“The OpenCritic team and some critics suspect that the developer CD Projekt Red deliberately tried to hide the true state of the game on Xbox One and PS4. Its requirements include only allowing pre-rendering of the game screen in the comments without publishing a copy of the comment. Applicable to PS4 and Xbox One version.”
It seems that OpenCritic intends to post the warning on the page until February 2021, when the developers say they will start rolling out PS4 and Xbox One patches to improve the state of the game.
Only after the PC version of the game review was released, a copy of the game console review of “Cyberpunk 2077” was provided, and some players believed that they mistakenly believed that the decision to purchase the game by purchasing the previous generation machine was misguided.
Based on its 8 million pre-orders and the amazing feat of development and marketing costs that have been recovered, and the realization of the fastest-selling PC game ever, it is safe to say that the welcome to the game so far has been mixed.
If you do have a playable version of the game, you may be interested in our “Cyberpunk 2077” guide, including the popular “Path of Life” introductory knowledge and our recently updated guide to get the best and The secret ending.
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