Leaked ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ montage clip shows internal bugs

When it comes to controversial or unexpected situations, then Cyberpunk 2077 is no stranger to them. And a new leak has just confirmed that!

What seems to be a leaked montage video on Cyberpunk 2077 shows QA devs talking about the multiple bugs it had during the making.

‘Cyberpunk 2077’ montage video reignites launch controversy!

The leaked internal video shows the in-game bugs from across years of its development phase.

Cyberpunk 2077 came out almost six months ago, and during that time, it faced the wrath of players and critics simply because it was not ready to run on major consoles!

The issue was so big that CD Projekt RED eventually refunded the fans who purchased it from online stores. The developer’s decision to bring it out in an unpolished state turned out disastrous.

Now coming onto the leaked montage video, it reveals numerous bugs inside the title. They were present throughout the gameplay, even before the exciting release.

A tweet, which is now deleted, from CDPR’s developer Slava Lukyanenka mentions this information.

There are three videos, with each being around three or six minutes long. They are created in a manner to make memes out of the game.

Along with that, they have bugs likes t-posing immortal enemies, broken animations, and in-game mechanics. In the background, there is the main theme song of Cyberpunk 2077 playing.

So what does this mean for the open-world title?

Well, few people, after watching the montage clip, are saying that CD Projekt RED was already aware of the issues. And that they didn’t care much about fixing them at all.

In case you missed it, then please note that the leaked video has some NSFW content.

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What’s the status now?

Even after six months of its forgettable launch, it looks like CP77 won’t become a typical video game anytime sooner. Simply because there’s just so much that exists against it.

Whether it be the gameplay issues, the hacking case, or the lawsuits, the Night City saga will stay on top of the controversies for a long time to come.

However, the Polish developer is currently trying to regain the lost ground with its efforts. And the apex responsibility it has right now is to make Cyberpunk 2077 bug-free and glitch-free.

Well, it might happen as well because many DLCs are coming soon, later this year. Plus, many new patches alongside PS5 and Xbox Series X|S ports will also arrive.

What are your thoughts on the sci-fi, dystopian open-world game?

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