The CD Projekt title is affected by a barrage of negative reviews from the community, which does not affect the status of the title on consoles.
The gaming community has erupted against Cyberpunk 2077 on Metacritic in the form of review bombing. After the 36 hours of waiting to be able to rate games that the portal’s regulations apply, users have begun to score en masse with failed ratings to the new CD Projekt RED video game, whose performance on PS4 and Xbox One consoles is insufficient for the standards promised (averages below 20 FPS in some conditions), far from the result on PC.
Barrage of Negative Reviews: Mass Notes of 0, 1, and 2 for Cyberpunk 2077
On the morning of this Monday, with more than 5,650 registered votes, the PS4 version of Cyberpunkl2077 has an average rating of 2.8 out of 10 by users, with opinions that reflect an “unplayable” and “unacceptable” result. “There are no NPCs in the city, there are no cars on the streets […] The game is completely broken, ”some argue. With scores of 0 and 1 out of 10, there are opinions supported by hundreds of users, such as JasonAbent, who describes this release as “ridiculous and irresponsible”.
On Xbox One the picture is very similar. With a 3.7 out of 10 at the moment and more than 1970 reviews recorded, Metacritic users who have purchased Cyberpunk 2077 on Xbox consoles believe that it is “a joke in bad taste.” “I am playing on Xbox One X and the title is unplayable. 15 FPS, lots of glitches, backfire and frozen images ”, argues Matc796. “It plays like a game from eight years ago,” says Ferrit.
Despite the release of patch 1.04, which weighs more than 16 GB and corrects a long list of errors, as we have seen the performance is far from optimal. From MeriStaton we will soon publish an Reviews related to the console version, independent of the PC Reviews.
In our Reviews of Cyberpunk 2077 in its computer version – which you can read here – we rate the game with a note of 10 out of 10, a masterpiece that ranks as one of the best experiences of the generation.
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