I replied because he said Cyberpunk 2077 was the greatest and the games similar are Skyrim and Fallout 4.Blimey I thought such things were entirely a point of personal taste and opinion. I am loving Skyrim right now and think it's brilliant, maybe I'm wrong to. Oopsies.
As for the 1.22 - installed hotfix onto base PS4 as ever, ran game, blue screen crash within 3 minutes. Double oopsies, not seen one of those for months now. No matter, such things happen and this is not remotely a complaint, currently got a full game reinstall downloading so will see how that goes. The ongoing efforts of the devs will never be anything less than fully appreciated
Well for me it is a work of outstanding artistry at least so perfectly fits the description. i would call it a buggy masterpiece. Please stop using word "objectivity" when you are clearly subjective.Not really there is a definition of the word masterpiece: "a work of outstanding artistry, skill, or workmanship."
Cyberpunk 2077 is objectively not a work of outstanding artistry, skill, or workmanship considering all the myriad of bugs, systems that are subpar, unfinished, broken.
The number of listed things in patches and things reported and many things that still need fixes contest to that.
I'm guessing this is another one of your "objective" opinions? Dude....I replied because he said Cyberpunk 2077 was the greatest and the games similar are Skyrim and Fallout 4.
Nor Cyberpunk 2077, Skyrim, Fallout 4 are the greatest games out there.
There are far better RPGS, Narrative, Open World Sandbox games out there.
I could barely make myself finish Skyrim and Fallout 4.
Boring, simple(no difficulty) for casuals, mediocre main stories.
(PS4): They're not stop capping this game. Maybe in the future add an option "SLOW HDD MODE ON / OFF" on base consoles, many people have internal or external SSD's.
If i understand correctly, no problem with SSD. It's more to limit the game for everyone related to HDD (In fact to limit the game for all the player, because of those who have an HDD).Hello are you saying 1.22 broke SSD support on PS4?
I remember 1.20 did break it a little and then quickly fixed by 1.21, 1.21 is the most flawless build so far for me in terms of loading assets, I'm on PS4 Pro, the only reason I've enjoyed the game so much since the first update is having installed on external SSD, right now I've paused the update until I make sure SSD benefits are not affected
Yep that is exactly what is happening for me too, game disc making all manner of noises as it spins / stops spinning / spins etc. Tried 3 different disc-based games with no problem at all so clearly not the PS4/disc drive. My 'set-up' is base PS4, disc version of the game, and external HDD (with a ton of spare capacity). No problems of this type until 1.22 yesterday so clearly something in there has upset proceedings, literally as you describe, game runs for a few minutes then crashes. 1.2 and 1.21 have been by a distance the most stable versions thus far, with zero crashes.Since the 1.22 Update my PS4 won't read my game disc properly. It starts for 3-4 minutes & then just crashes.
Cheers mate, saved me the botherWell for me it is a work of outstanding artistry at least so perfectly fits the description. i would call it a buggy masterpiece. Please stop using word "objectivity" when you are clearly subjective.
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I'm guessing this is another one of your "objective" opinions? Dude....