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CD Projekt Red has fallen from grace with the release of Cyberpunk 2077 back on December 10, 2020. More than a month later, the once-celebrated game developer now struggles under the pressure of major patches, severe lawsuits and a very disgruntled player base. Many are saying that this is a lesson for future developers: don’t release broken games, and don’t mislead consumers and investors. Whilst all suits are yet to be proven, and everyone deserves the benefit of the doubt, it is important for gamers to understand exactly how we got to this point. That is why we have prepared this quick-guide to the last month of Cyberpunk 2077.
Cyberpunk 2077 launched on December 10 with a plethora of game-breaking bugs, constant crashes, and such terrible performance that the game is nigh-on unplayable. What happened next has shocked the gaming community, and may play a role in shaping the industry for years to come. But what were these events? Have you been a little busy with Christmas, New Year's and... you know... that global pandemic? Well, fear not, brave battler! It’s time to check out our Timeline of CD Projekt Red’s biggest blunder.
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