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: Cyberpunk 2077 (PS5) – Dark Future RPG Is Finally Ready to Rock

Play it again, Johnny.

We called Cyberpunk 2077 “the single biggest disappointment of the generation” in our PlayStation 4 review. Harsh words, you might think, but it’s easy to forget just how broken the long, long, long awaited role-playing game was at launch back in December 2020. Absolutely plagued with experience-breaking bugs and crippled by a consistent crashing issue, the last-gen version of Cyberpunk 2077 was nothing short of a disaster — a clearly unfinished game.

Here we are over a year later, and to be fair to CD Projekt Red, the developer has stuck to its guns. It’s spent the last 14 months or so improving and adding to Cyberpunk 2077 — even delaying the PS5 edition of the game beyond 2021, so that it could ensure its overall quality. It’s obviously disappointing that it’s taken so long to get here, but we’re happy to report that Cyberpunk 2077 finally feels like a finished game on PS5.

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