Two Years After Original Release,

Cyberpunk 2077 Finally Lives up to Hype

The highly anticipated first-person RPG had fans tingling with desire since 2012 when CD Projekt Red (CDPR) first announced development.

However, technical problems, glitches, and a bland world plagued the initial late 2020 release. Console players experienced a game wrought with bugs, making it nearly unplayable.

Now, after years of struggling, Cyberpunk 2077 finally achieved 20 million copies sold. Upon release, sales soared and many players disappointed with the original release are giving the game a second chance.

Although CDPR fixed many of the most significant glitches with the 1.5 and 1.52 patches, released in March, the latest Edgerunners patch 1.6 enhanced mechanics, resolved additional bugs, and included new downloadable content (DLC).

The update fixed problems with quests that prevented saving, halted progression, and pulled gamers out of the experience. Non-Player Characters (NPCs) are more reactive, and vehicle mechanics work more smoothly.

The enhanced features and new content make it an ideal time to give Cyberpunk 2077 another look. The fall release aligns perfectly with Christmas shopping, making the game a perfect choice for holiday shoppers with gamers on their lists.

Whether gamer or shopper, rest assured that the new updates will please both new players and fans disappointed in the original release. Now is the time to give it a chance.

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