CDPR admits Cyberpunk 2077 hate is overwhelming, but developers are reading it anyway

Paweł Sasko told a little about how hate towards Cyberpunk 2077 looks like and how it affects the mood.

Most probably know that CDPR representatives stream on Twitch. Of course, they play Cyberpunk 2077 during their broadcasts and answer questions from the community. Recently, a lot of not very flattering compilations have appeared on such streams.

Even a year after the premiere of Cyberpunk, there is a lot of not so much sensible criticism on the Internet but simply hate, i.e. very vocal, often an offensive expression of an opinion about the CDPR’s game.

What does the studio say about it?

Paweł Sasko confirms that hate is very overwhelming. Despite this, the creators read it, because you can get something meaningful from it, even when it is written in a rather unpleasant tone. It often happens that a single fragment is pulled out of an entire stream lasting several hours, which players then talk about over and over for several days.


Some of the complaints are understandable as CDPR is still really focused on fixing the bugs. For the year, Cyberpunk 2077 did not move forward in terms of additional content.

Indeed, it should be appreciated that developers engage in an active dialogue with the community, see their own mistakes and have a plan to correct all errors, for example in the extension.