What you are asking are changes and/or additions to the story, the script, the romances. While it would be great to see it all, it has nothing to do with quality improvements and technical issues that this (and future, i hope) patches are meant to address. You're basically asking for DLCs and substantial additions to the game, but it's too early for those, since the focus is still on the technical aspects of the game and the problems on performance on older consoles.I have to be candid with you. While that was interesting to read, changes you listed are disappointing at best. Were these really the only changes worth highlighting? Wasn't this supposed to be a huge patch that would solve majority of our problems with the game? I was under that impression at least.
I swear I did my best to be supportive and I really do want to believe there will be a lot more than this in the patch, but after making us wait this long if this is the best you got, I have to admit it is a bit upsetting.
Also, what fixes will you make to the story? I am guessing none. Did you guys even read about how disappointed we were after seeing that cliche ending(s)? Or was it easier on you guys to ignore that? How are we supposed to immerse ourselves by doing wacky side quests and having fun when the main character is actively dying? Who thought that was a good idea? (since you find out about this way early in the game, this doesn't even count as spoilers)
Did you guys really read and understood why we found the romances lackluster, especially when compared to Witcher games? Or did you ignore that also?
Lastly when will you guys actually start restoring content? If I had to guess, I would say never, but I am still trying to have some faith in you.
How do you come to that conclusion? If you are disappointed in the things they highlighted in the reveal? Cool, thats you opinion. No one can touch that.Gregski, people can read, this is not helping. People keep stating the same thing, because if these highlights are cream of the crop, rest is bound to be disappointing also.
You know me, I for one not trying to be negative, it is just that this topic is worrying.
What do you mean "they conned" everyone? I played the game for more than 500 hours, 3 characters, doing all quests/NPCD and I had ONLY 2 bugged gigs that were OK after repeating them. I experienced some glitches but nothing game-breaking. Certainly don't feel "conned". It is clear that the game needs improvements, but CDPR haven't stopped working on them, have they?Take it easy, take your time? Are you joking? Its been three months since they conned everyone and still nothing has changed. [...]
What you are asking are changes and/or additions to the story, the script, the romances. While it would be great to see it all, it has nothing to do with quality improvements and technical issues that this (and future, i hope) patches are meant to address. You're basically asking for DLCs and substantial additions to the game, but it's too early for those, since the focus is still on the technical aspects of the gamr and the problems on performance on older consoles.
How do you come to that conclusion? If you are disappointed in the things they highlighted in the reveal? Cool, thats you opinion. No one can touch that.
But if people whine about that being the amount the whole update is revolving around? Then it certainly does make sense to f'ing cap that out there.
But on another note. Im cool with the stuff they handed us. With all the stuff that happened this year its still a cool handout.
Amazing how many people are acting like those are the only changes and there won't be anything else.
Yeah it's pretty saddening. After reading the 100th or so take on reddit complaining about the tone or thinking that the blog post is a replacement for patch notes, I'm starting to lose faith in the wider gaming community.
The studio is working really hard and are gracious enough to listen to fans by giving us a better experience. I'm theorizing here but I believe the police system is going to be a big focus in future updates. They are listening to how players want to experience the cyberpunk genre and will benefit highly for doing so.The "Enhanced Police" mod is already better than your's. With this you want to say; modders are better as our payed developers, we know that but we wont change anything.
Furthermore, you tell us that in two months of development you have not achieved more than what you are presenting us now because then they would have presented us more.
Whats about the third-person view what a lot of players want? Or whats about the buggy "screen space reflection" which show heavy noise in every setup below psycho? Whats also need to be fixed are some buggy skills and weapon/clothing mods.
Or would you telling us that a good working police system, a third person view and other immersive gameplay elements you don't care and not your goal?
Think about it and respect the criticism of the others because to find everything great and fine no matter what you do does not get us any further.