CYBERPUNK 2077 [XO, PC, XBSX|S] [Delisted from Playstation Store]

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  1. HLJ

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    Just had a bit of randomness appear.
    Was making a "withdrawal" from a dropbox, noticed a car parked nearby...a NPC approached the car, I backed away as I found it odd that a NPC car was off the road, he got in...BOOM.. car explodes...seemed like a hit with a car bomb.
     
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    Why he was not supposed to get shot? Dunno why, it was not explained in the game. Mechanics wise, because you can't shot him. Pressing the right trigger on him did nothing.

    It was one of the mission in big in Japan.

    The "right trigger can't shoot NPC" also happen on many various missions
     
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    You != NPC.
    Where you supposed to keep the NPC safe?
    With no quest name I am gonna label this as an anecdote /shrug
     
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    I've mentioned the mission name (big in japan)
    and as I've said, the flag only applies to the player, so yeah, player != NPC.
     
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    You are TOLD in that mission that Tyger Claws are out for him, so keep low...and watch out.

    It sounds like you just plain failed the mission, not a game bug.
     
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    Mine has worked almost decently as well.
    Couldn't use gun in one of the shooting mission and so on, but overall no game ending bugs.

    Fallout 3 is worst for me in recent years. (Somehow managed to get most games working, more or less.)
    Couldn't get past main screen for a while.
     
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    Don't know why but since I have the game on PC it was weird. Haven't played the game in ages though just did the update from 1.06 to 1.11.
     
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    Does anyone else find it comical that none of the citizens in Night City owns an umbrella or raincoat when it's raining?:huh:

    And yes, car windshield wipers are nonexistent as well. :lol2:
     
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    I’ve skipped the last 4639 posts and tweets.

    Is Cyberpunk 1987 worth playing now after the patches? On PS5. Short answers only.
     
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    If PS5 is the newest PS then it's a pretty safe "yes" having read most of the threads. :)
     
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    I know why Karamazov said yes but you should go in knowing being able to look past that the PS4 world (even on PS5) is quite empty and AI incredibly shallow an bugs are everywhere. My experience of CDPR patching the PS4 version to improve performance meant removing more and more things from the game on PS5 as a consequence. When it launched, there were plenty of pedestrians in the streets, when I last played it was like 28 Days Later ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    You play games quickly, if you can start and finish it because CDPR deliver more patches removing more thing to improve performance, go for it!
     
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    Maybe wait until they release the full next gen patch?
     
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    it's empty in comparison to PC, or XsX to a certain extent, but it's not emptier than say GTA5 for exemple.
     
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    It's way worse than GTA V. Its; exceedingly rare to have even four of five cars on screen on PS5 whereas GTA will often render dozens. Likewise pedestrians. Except is specifically-scripted areas like markets, the numbers of pedestrians around the city is pretty sparse.

    I really liked my 35ish hours in Cyberpunk but every patch detracted from the atmosphere of this being a living, breathing crammed city of the future. So I've put a pause on it until either they tweak the patches so the density of cars and pedestrians is cranked up - this doesn't seem a massive undertaking, there is literally a setting for this in the PC version - or until the full monty nextgen version is released.

    But you do should to go play GTA V again to see what a busy city looks like! :yes: Cyberpunk ain't it. :no:
     
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    lol turns out the attention of details in this game is really ridiculous. one of the computer terminal in arasaka tower got an email from "anonymous worker" that was sent to "anonymous company feedback mailbox".

    but scroll, down, it put the computer terminal used to sent the mail in the signature LOL. Truly corpo. the "fake" anonymous mailbox LOL

     
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    Yeah, found that one too on my first play-through :)
    Pretty amazing and really rewarding to find in a game.
     
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    When the game is so buggy even the fictional in world mailing software has bugs. hahaa
     
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    This is the rare case where “that’s not a bug, that’s a feature” is valid.
     
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