The long-awaited launch of Cyberpunk 2077 was accompanied not only by high praise from the press but also by a barrage of criticism from dissatisfied players.
Most of the claims are associated with a frankly weak technical component of the game. Cyberpunk 2077 has a problem with optimization and an incredible number of bugs, as well as with the inflated expectations of fans. It’s all about the project’s early announcement in 2012 when the developers announced the game when the PS4 and Xbox One X weren’t even out yet.
Against the background of current events, GTA fans thought that they’d better wait for GTA 6 release until 2024 than face so many glitches. Now, according to rumors, the game is scheduled for a release in the fall of 2023. In addition, Rockstar appears to have made the right choice by not announcing development ahead of time, as the team stays focused on the development and focuses on the game instead of creating various closed press presentations.
While the news, however, and the announcement of GTA 6 was not, and we can only wait when Rockstar will be ready to announce their new brainchild. As for CD Projekt RED, the team is focused on fixing bugs, so if you don’t want to spoil your impression, it’s better to put Cyberpunk 2077 aside at least for six months, especially the console versions.