Gaben said that the studio should ignore sulfuric acid and focus on making the game better.
The founder of PC giant Valve Gabe Newell once stated that he was Cyberpunk 2077 Developer CD project.
In a speech to the New Zealand publication TVNZ.com, the executive said that he thinks some aspects of the recently launched sci-fi RPG are “simply awesome.” He went on to say that people should not throw stones at CD Projekt, because the achievements of the recording studio are “quite amazing.”
He said: “I sympathize with the predicament that every game developer will fall into.”
“What I know is that there are a lot of very happy gamers in the PC field, and these gamers are most obvious to us.
“Some aspects of the game are excellent and show a huge amount of work-throwing stones at other developers is unfair, because just getting something as complex and ambitious as this is really amazing.”
Newell then said that he had received complaints from fans in the past, and the best chance was to ignore sulfuric acid and provide excellent products that could solve fans’ concerns.
“When people react like this, the first thing I think about is that this is an opportunity for us. I think Cyberpunk 2077 developers will also use it to make breakthroughs and make improvements, which will benefit their customers. Favorable,” he said.
“They have an excellent work history and will continue to invest in their products for a long time. I suspect they will be very good at satisfying customers.
“Everyone knows that if you are in this business, expectations are high, if you do it well, people will tell you, if you fail to meet those expectations, they will tell you-this is part of why this is a Interesting industry.”
Cyberpunk 2077 was released on December 10, but with a lot of technical errors and glitches. The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game are of poor quality. Sony and Microsoft provide refunds, and the former even took unusual steps to completely withdraw the game from the PlayStation Store.
According to reports, the staff of CD Projekt did not expect the game to be available in 2020, and a report refuted the studio management’s claim that they were unaware of the problems facing Cyberpunk 2077.
As if not enough, the studio is also facing lawsuits from investors who claim that they have been misled by Polish companies.