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Old 06-22-2020, 03:23 AM
 
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like seriously, with all those delays projekt red put the future of eastern europe at stake ...I know they need year or 2 but why delay again when you have millions of dollars and playable demo already.



I get it, consoles,new ones...but so what, they should be more responsible.
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Old 06-22-2020, 06:59 PM
 
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like seriously, with all those delays projekt red put the future of eastern europe at stake ...I know they need year or 2 but why delay again when you have millions of dollars and playable demo already.



I get it, consoles,new ones...but so what, they should be more responsible.
Have you played The Witcher 3? That game was full of bugs when it came out. From what I’ve gathered, they are trying to iron things out so that they can have a smooth launch. I still expect the game to have its issues, but hopefully it won’t require nearly as many patches as the Witcher did. I was encountering major bugs a dull year later when the second expansion had come out, like I couldn’t target enemies. They only fixed it after I had already finished the game.
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Old 06-23-2020, 12:28 AM
 
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like seriously, with all those delays projekt red put the future of eastern europe at stake ...I know they need year or 2 but why delay again when you have millions of dollars and playable demo already.



I get it, consoles,new ones...but so what, they should be more responsible.
Well CDPR notionally delayed Witcher 3 for the next gen, Xb1 and PS4 released 2013, Witcher May of 2015.

Cyberpunk 2077 started development in 2013 (teaser trailer released January that year), they seem to be following Rockstar Norths dev cycles. One release per generation. With huge delays at the end. I don't even know how they could commit publicly to Aril 2020 release when it was handed off to external QA in January 2020.
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Old 06-24-2020, 11:47 AM
 
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Have you played The Witcher 3?

Only once (yes on a pc - and even at a friend, I'd never pay for a historical RPG regardless of how overhyped it is, hell even Assasin's creed series the ones staged in the French revolution weren't a temptation...).



and: mm OK, but "iron out" with millions of dollars over 5 years development is a bit too much if you ask me + the graphics looks alright but I'd even put the new Doom as a better choice solely based on graphics alone.
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Old 06-24-2020, 08:18 PM
 
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Only once (yes on a pc - and even at a friend, I'd never pay for a historical RPG regardless of how overhyped it is, hell even Assasin's creed series the ones staged in the French revolution weren't a temptation...).
When did the Witcher become a historical RPG?

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and: mm OK, but "iron out" with millions of dollars over 5 years development is a bit too much if you ask me + the graphics looks alright but I'd even put the new Doom as a better choice solely based on graphics alone.
That could be the case. The game has already been delayed twice, so I hope CDPR knows what they're doing. They're obviously under a lot of pressure as they know that this is the most anticipated game for a lot of people.
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Old 06-25-2020, 07:27 PM
 
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There's finally some new info.

https://www.ign.com/videos/cyberpunk...full-broadcast
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Old 06-26-2020, 12:44 PM
 
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like seriously, with all those delays projekt red put the future of eastern europe at stake ...I know they need year or 2 but why delay again when you have millions of dollars and playable demo already.



I get it, consoles,new ones...but so what, they should be more responsible.
And release a bug ridden mess that's not any good. Yes, they should definitely do the responsible thing and become the next No Man's Sky or Fallout 76. Hey, maybe they could even take a page out of the Chris Roberts play book and sell you the cool implants today for a few hundred bucks a pop on a game that won't ever release. It's the responsible way to develop games, after all.

Go pick up some stuff on Steam summer sale or whatever and cool your jets. I've gotten invested in a few pre-release games and it's just not worth it. Sometimes they're crap. Sometimes they're vapor ware. Sometimes they just take a lot longer to release. I've got a to play list a mile long, so it doesn't matter to me if it comes out in 2022 all that much.

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Old 06-26-2020, 01:03 PM
 
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And release a bug ridden mess that's not any good.
Well Witcher 3 was good, but was also a bug ridden mess at release. It wasn't fully non-campaign breaking stable until Blood and Wine was released a whole year later.

Just sayin...
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Old 06-26-2020, 01:47 PM
 
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Well Witcher 3 was good, but was also a bug ridden mess at release. It wasn't fully non-campaign breaking stable until Blood and Wine was released a whole year later.

Just sayin...
Not compared with Fallout 76 or No Man's Sky. Of course those weren't even remotely close to fully designed or developed, let alone bug fixing. They were more rough early access alpha releases. My experience with Witcher 3 was pretty smooth at release. Couple broken side quests but not your typical Bioware release where you have to use the console a minimum of six times to advance the main quest line. Witcher 3 was also their first major release. Just overall far more polished than Witcher 1 or Witcher 2.
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Old 07-01-2020, 07:26 PM
 
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