CDPR dev says: After comfort upgrade, Cyberpunk 2077 is “an different game”

This ought to suppress a portion of the worries about Cyberpunk 2077 comfort execution

Cyberpunk 2077’s impending patch is a distinct advantage with regards to bug fixes and dependability enhancements, as indicated by one of the engineers that chips away at the game.

Pundits appear to be in general satisfied with Cyberpunk 2077, yet one basic topic across audits is that it’s genuinely cart. “Missing vehicles, coasting weapons, or irregular stuck menu bars,” however takes note of that that CDPR has vowed to fix out such a stuff with the Day One fix.

In a Twitter trade, CD Projekt Red’s Fabian Mario Döhla says that “a lot of issues analysts experienced have been fixed as of now, and some more are important for the update.”

Döhla likewise says Cyberpunk 2077 is “an alternate game with the comfort update,” apparently alluding to the Day One update.

For a game delivery riding on countless long stretches of publicity and following a few deferrals, it’s reasonable that a few players are stressed over bugs and execution issues.

Therefore, it’s consoling to hear somebody from CDPR set out to settle a portion of those worries. All things considered, Döhla says that a portion of the issues PC players are encountering could be settled by bringing down their illustrations settings.

“At the point when the settings are excessively high for your arrangement the game can’t stream the substance and stuff begins to disappear (activitys, sound, lipsync, objects). Change settings and it works waaaay smoother,” Döhla says in a different tweet.

Cyberpunk 2077 deliveries on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on November 10, with a PS5/Xbox Series X ugprade coming at an unknown later date.

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