Cyberpunk 2077
Is Cyberpunk 2077 playable now, Pretty sure most of you heard of its horrible launch back in December 2020. The Traders promised us deep RPG elements a live city populated with NPCs that have unique routines and groundbreaking enemy and police AI but we ended up having a broken game that should have never been released on all gem consoles extremely limited Ai and enough bugs and glitches, the devs have been working hard on trying to fix the game for nearly two years now so the question we're gonna be answering with this review article is over 10 updates later and pretty much two years after cyberpunk 2077 came out is it good now.

The graphics I reviewed the game on PS5 but whether you're on next-gen consoles or PC I think we can all agree that cyberpunk looks pretty damn am good the environments look great especially during night time with all those neon lights, when it comes to character models the main characters look great and PCs look decent but when driving around you'll quickly realize how bad the draw distance is there's plenty of pop in and when you get out of the car and walk around the city a little bit if you pay attention to pedestrians you'll see quite a few clones at least Vehicles look amazing, now when it comes to the animations there are still many transitions that need fixing and the lip sync job could be better even though it's worth noting that they used AI to offer lip sync in all available languages all around I think cyberpunk 2077 doesn't look like an next gen game but it can still be impressive every now. I haven't noticed any major dips during my playthrough and I've also looked up a couple of Benchmark to see how the game runs on series X and it seems to be a tiny bit worse like one or two frames so nothing really noticeable and PC users if you want to hit 60fps but you don't want it to look like you're playing a PS2 game then you better have a high eng gaming pc because cyberpunk is very demanding. and if you're still on base PS4 or Xbox One if you want to enjoy the game I'd say unless you have super low expectations wait until you upgrade. Now let's move on to the sound starting with the music the main theme is just epic I think the soundtrack is great the sound effects are pretty good the voice acting is actually excellent because with the amount of dialogue this game has imagine how much hard it would be if the voice acting was not good.

After playing few quests I came across all kinds of bugs and glitches the physics are really weird too sometimes drivers die from the slightest impact cars start spinning out of nowhere and that's if they don't keep disappearing in the Horizon it's hard to believe how some people say they beat the game without seeing a single bug because it only takes one barely functioning eyeball to see the insane amount of bugs cyberpunk 2077 contains.

Now let's take a look at the pros Guns feel especially on PS5 the excellent implementation of the haptic feedback and adaptive trigger features makes Range and melee combat much more immersive plus the game is Gory which is something I like driving also feels great and you can customize your character obviously even if you don't see it like 99% of the time you can also customize your weapons with some mods and attachments and you can craft some if you want but while playing cyberpunk I couldn't help but think it should have been a linear story driven action-adventure game because it's not really a good RPG and the open world is humongous but it doesn't feel alive like at all it's populated with brainless people who aimlessly walk around until they disappear on the other hand there are little details that I really enjoy and that I think increase the immersion like how when you talk to a character while moving they always turn their head and try to keep looking at you but there is just too much talk in here if you stick to the main storyline you'll spend 90 percent of the time listening to people talk five percent of the time picking dialogue options that have zero impact on the story and the other five percent actually doing some cool stuff but most of the time when you're not doing something scripted the AI just breaks the immersion for real it's in insane how bad it is you can sneak past enemies while they're literally looking at you, drivers don't even react when you point a gun at them.

Cyberpunk 2077 definitely received some major improvements since its horrible launch, the game improved a lot since then and actually became playable enjoyable and worth buying if you're a fan and if you can get it for cheap so is it good now yes but it'll never be the Masterpiece we were promised and it's still technically flawed but also a new updates is about to come Cyberpunk 2077 update 1.7 At this time, we have no information on a potential release date for the new patch, as CD Projekt Red has most certainly moved development to other projects since the game's release. If we had to guess, we think it could arrive in starting of 2023, the start of the company's next financial year. Cyberpunk 2077 upcoming update 1.7 promises to fix a lot of bugs, new patches and updates, bring with it a lot of stability and improve the all-round experience for fans and add more content. The Cyberpunk 2077 development team has already listed several features that are coming.

We can expect some of the following updates.

-Revamped combat vehicles that allow players to fight their enemies in other vehicles.

-Reworked the police system, fixing the fact that they were downright broken when the game started.

-New actions within the perk tree.

We'll be sure to update you as soon as we learn more about what's coming in Cyberpunk 2077 update 1.7.