100% correct.You was first who complain after last year demo how they don't follow CP2020 rule and add stuff that have no place in Cyberpunk, how they didn't follow on their word that they will bring PnP CP2020 as close to PC.
And yes if they promise something and in the end they don't deliver it, yes they are dishonest then.
A Dark Souls CC then. Pretty enjoyable rabbit hole but i feel like that might affect the graphical fidelity of the faces if implemented.I'm all for lots of very in depth settings, but I prefer more precise controls. I used triangle settings many times in the past and I really didn't enjoy them because I didn't feel in control of the exact numbers going into the setting. I rather have multiple separate independent options to carefully fine-tune each individual setting without affecting any other setting.
exactly this.As I've said elsewhere totally customizable bodies/faces via sliders is a fantastic concept but absolute hell to incorporate into a game due to the huge number of variables and how they interact with hair, clothing, etc.
What..? No no no, I don't think that's what I meant. How did you get that Lol?A Dark Souls CC then.
Never heard that last part before. That kind of sucks. I can live with it though.I didn't say that CDPR is 100% lying, i just give example how game developer promised something during development or in interview, and in the end that never show up in final product.
Even now for many stuff when ask CDPR say: we are not sure, still work in progress, we don't know how that system will work and so on, 7 month before game come out.
But lets face it CDPR did say at one point you would be able to print your V sheet and use it in PnP CP2020, but that is not case anymore.