OK. It’s no exaggeration to say that everyone knows that Cyberpunk 2077’s launch is a bit rough. The game looks messy on the final generation console of the base, and players are beginning to discover some of the many bugs highlighted by critics in the reviews. Some of these are really very annoying, but others are pretty harmless and often cheerful, even if they break the immersive. A quick glimpse of how sausages are made.
The glitches that are currently the hottest spot on social media are, if not guessed from the headlines, rather NSFW, which involves genital options in the game.You can see Cursed video here -But basically, V can’t keep it in his pants. If you choose to give your character a penis, it may clip on the outside of your pants and shake a little. It seems that quite a few people have encountered this bug, but removing and refitting their pants seems to solve the situation.
To make things fair, it seems like the same thing could happen with boobs, as Ellen Rose of Outside Xtra discovered during yesterday’s live stream. If Regina George can control the cutout top, I think you can.
However, the bug doesn’t stop once you enter Night City. In particular, I’m happy to know that NPCs are driving as badly as I am. PC Gamer staff writer Chris Livingston shared a video showing all drivers crashing into the same barricade and yelling at the poor V. Sure, it’s not on your face more than a genital glitch, but I love it’s stupidity.
Cyberpunk 2077 never makes progress because I can’t stop seeing all the drivers slowly hit this one barricade and yell at me about it. pic.twitter.com/AqE5wbCsvT
— Chris Livingston (@screencuisine) December 10, 2020
Speaking of bad driving, freelance writer Jordan Oroman shared a spectacular glitch video from his review period of a tank falling from the sky in the middle of a dialogue. Since then, has this been patched with a release date update? Who says, but some of me want it to be still there.
— Jordan Oloman (@JordanOloman) December 10, 2020
As ‘s Chris Tapsell discovered in the game at his own time, characters tend to take T-poses, glide idle, and even stand up from the roof of a car. Texture defects and the disappearance of cars also seem to be common problems, with citizens appearing to fly around in the air.
— Reel (@OfficialLeels) December 9, 2020
— Is Lizzy Wizzy playing Cyberpunk 2077? (@MiharuKenshin) December 10, 2020
Strange T-pose glitch in one of Cyberpunk 2077’s major clubs pic.twitter.com/Rws78ZuIfd
— WenYurBoard (@WenYurBoardYT) December 10, 2020
Lol This is the most hilarious bug glitch I’ve seen in Cyberpunk 2077 pic.twitter.com/HkClbY2Mse
— Hawj Gamer (@ MichaelHawj2021) December 10, 2020
— Cade Onder (@Cade_Onder) December 10, 2020
It’s difficult to know exactly which of these bugs remains in the game, as the various patches have already been published by CDPR both during the review period and on the release date. Tapsell said he noticed a slight improvement after the patch, but CDPR certainly has a difficult task to fix the rest of these glitches.