That and maybe a little luck of oh, I dunno, 1 or 6 gigs or a rainbow V and Judy could see together in Beautiful evening.Just my opinion, but it's not really a sunset/sunrise problem which seem quite accurate for late spring/early summer in this latitude. It's all matter of "when" luminosity start to increase before the sunrise. It start to increase around 2:30 AM and is way too high, way too soon. Luminosity should increase around half an hour before the sunrise at max (so around 5:00AM).
I'm pretty confident it should be fixed in a futur update, because the problem became really obvious in 1.5.
Noticed too the first time I played. But because the game seemed to illustrate full summer, assumed the story took place around the longest day. And since I preferred to play during daytime, payed no heed. Don't think it's a bug though, but could be wrong.The sun starts coming up at 02:30 AM and the sky starts getting lighter.
This must be a bug.
Cyberpunk is mainly a night time style. The fact that nights are so short in NC is weird.
I (re)read the thread and as always, for those who find that (really) annoying, there is a good way to keep CDPR aware of this issue which is way more efficient than posting on the forum...Of all bug fixes how is this not fixed yet
This was my initial thought, but a little bit of research turned up a simple reality of nuclear fallout: it's invisible. It doesn't emit light. So that's not it.Could it be the sunlight is reflecting off of radioactive particles in the high atmosphere?