I seriously think CDPR are not gonna do a No Mans Sky with Cyberpunk. They're gonna make the game run acceptably and remove the bugs they feel are hindering the experience on all platforms (especially on PS4 and Xbox One). Then they're gonna release the free DLC followed by the next gen versions of the game during which time making minor updates and improvements to the game across all platforms. Paid DLC and multiplayer would come early next year. Then they would concentrate on the release of their future titles. That's what I think anyway. Hope I'm wrong though.
I'm happy with the game (on PC), and think you might focus more on next-gen consoles than old-tech. Just my opinion, as I think a lot of people are going to migrate towards PS5 and Xbox Series X in the future.
As for how you develop first for PC, and later implement for consoles, that makes me happy.
Funny thing is, I am a story first gamer but I do enjoy an occasional gaming murder spree - part of the draw to this game, I had hoped. However as a modder and beta tester who notices things like NPC movement and reactivity, model and soundset variations, the AI in this game stands out as basic and poor.I don't agree with every single point, but I agree with most of them.
But it is quite apparent that most of the people who enjoy this game are the people who only care about the story. Gameplay is something they don't know how to value. They don't know what good gameplay feels like. It's your typical casuals.
If you enjoy the game for what it is, fine. But I hard disagree with anyone who calls this game a "masterpiece". That's my opinion anyway.
290 hours in, 64% achievements...I'm enjoying the game. I appreciate the effort, and look forward to continue playing to 100% achievements and am excited for future patches and DLC.
It's sad to see all the hate. Teams of dev's pour their heart and soul into games like these, only to be met by such vitriol at release. Some games release clean, but there's nothing special about them. Some break boundaries, but there's going to be bugs with that. There is no "perfect release" or "perfect game". I'm happy I stuck it out and waited patiently for release!
I did not understand exactly what you mean with this, however I liked it, because putting your face on it and taking "your" responsibility is an appreciable and rarely encountered attitude, regardless of how this situation will end
I think he's trying to imply that a lot of those likes are not actual genuine likes. As in they're fake likes from fake accounts. Correct me if I'm wrong.