The release of Cyberpunk 2077 was associated with considerable problems, especially on LastGen consoles. Now players found unfinis hed content in Night City
Player Sybekul found on his forays into the game world a rail system and a train station. In the video he shows the railway line and a passenger platform, complete with the label “NCART – Night City Area Rapid Transit”:
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Both would have the basis for one public transport system through the city. So, a magnetic levitation train that runs partially underground, as the first cinematic trailer of CP77 showed:
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In fact, there is only one Fast travel system in Cyberpunk 2077, with which the player can cover large distances on the loading screen by heading directly to the desired destination via nodes. Otherwise one moves mainly on foot, by car or motorcycle. While this worked well, there were voices from disappointed fans who would have liked an immersive underground experience.
Much trouble about Cyberpunk 2077
The recent find is just another indication that the development of CP77 apparently took place towards the end under enormous time pressure. Several postponements of the release date, a high workload for the employees and an ultimately faulty release were the result.
The latter also caused legal trouble for CD Projekt. Among other things, a class action lawsuit was filed in the USA because of the technical condition of Cyberpunk 2077 and allegedly misleading communication on the part of the developers. CD Projekt has already reacted and announced that it intends to vehemently oppose it.
With all the trouble, PC gamers get away relatively lightly. In our large survey, GameStar readers said they had mostly few problems with Cyberpunk 2077. On the other hand, a technically catastrophic state of the game on the old consoles actually caused one Buy warning in the CP77 test our sister site GamePro.