The “numbers” of Cyberpunk 2077 have become a hit of the community.
Despite the many patches currently made on Cyberpunk 2077, in the last few hours, it has become evident how fans claim that CD Projekt’s work is far from finished.
The owners of the game, evidently tired of the state of Cyberpunk 2077 that they believe to be still incomplete, have therefore decided to invade social media, revealing what they believe are the ” true ” statistics of the game.
Although CD Projekt has recently declared itself satisfied with the stability achieved, it, therefore, seems clear that fans still today have a decidedly different opinion on the subject.
The major criticisms concern the missing features, but promised by the developers before the launch: an attack reignited especially after the release of a video that demonstrated their presence on an unpatched version.
As reported by Kotaku, the various posts that CD Projekt published on its social networks, which revealed in detail statistics related to the game, were targeted by fans.
The Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter account, in particular, is full of curiosities and numbers that reveal, for example, how many characters have been defeated by users, the average daily deaths in Night City, and other similar statistics.
Since players were first unleashed on Night City's streets, 13 billion people have been defeated by V. By comparison, the megalopolis has a population of 6.9 million… #CyberpunkInNumbers pic.twitter.com/RLRH7TfsZy
— Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) July 8, 2021
Obviously annoyed by these statistics, fans have decided to go on the attack, publishing the ” real numbers ” of the title, joking a lot about what are the missing features and the bugs still present.
For example, on the Reddit forum dedicated to Cyberpunk 2077, there are those who joke that ” V has changed its appearance zero times “, or that players have spent ” zero million dollars on car customization “, in reference to precisely several mechanics that have never been introduced.
There are those who also propose funny numbers on the poor optimization of the game itself, revealing that ” the policemen have teleported 7,300,000 times “.
” Cyberpunk numbers ” is becoming a real hit within the community: fans hope that this will serve to capture the attention of CD Projekt and push them to work on what fans really want in the next patches.
Last month, Cyberpunk 2077 was the best-selling PS4 game on the PlayStation Store – it is likely that the huge sales success has further pushed fans not to ignore the problems that have not yet been solved.
However, it should be noted that CD Projekt still wants to do its best to support the title for a long time: a large patch has been discovered on the way.