Feel there's something important here. I'm not to sword stuff at all, but years ago I bought the Witcher and it was actually okay. Then I pre-ordered Witcher 2 but it took couple of years before I had time to play it. I played it for 6 hours and left it. It really wasn't game for me. Haven't touched any fantasy settings since.I played w1 an found it boring, thats opinion not fact, i again tried w2 and again found it boring, again opinion not fact, i then tried w3 with zero expectations and enjoyed what was offered but felt absolutely zero emotion apart from at 2 scenes, Kiera's death at Radovic an Geralt finally finding Ciri but thinking she dead, non the less i still thought the game was enjoyable.
it still fails because you can't walk around everywhere, you can't enter 99% of the buildings or stores. in TW3 you could enter every single house.
Here is some of my speculation, people are so dissatisfied with this game because deep down they know they have not beaten it.speculation and imaginings
That's weird for a release date, which was 16. April 2020. The delay reason was for "polishing the game", yet "Ouch" after an half year later.6.) Then...we have the launch. That was an "ouch", and CDPR readily accepted responsibility and accountability for it -- especially concerning players on last-gen consoles. (But that sucked.)
The success of a game is measured in sales and people playing it. CP2077 has succeeded by both metrics, and that's with the disaster that is their console launch.