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Cyberpunk 2077 still has problems, but the community believes in CD Projekt RED

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Cyberpunk 2077 still has problems, but the community believes in CD Projekt RED

The Cyberpunk 2077 community continues to produce comical statistics related to the game, but at the same time believes that CDPR will not disappoint them in future updates.

As people who are interested in video games know well, the creators of Cyberpunk 2077 from time to time have made available materials on the web offering, for example, The most dangerous neighborhood in Night City. After a few of these infographics, fans are starting to rework and get creative CP2077 Special Statistics Mode in bad light.

The most popular in this topic is the video that you can find here Link. As I mentioned above, its main purpose is to make others laugh, but the other half of the material mobilizes creators to offer players additional, promised, free content that expands the story of a mercenary named V.

As mentioned in the release, despite various adversities, the community still believes in CD Projekt RED. Let me know in the comments section if you also belong to this group.

Source: https://www.thegamer.com/cyberpunk-2077-reddit-shares-a-message-to-the-cdpr-mocking-recent-cyberpunk-by-numbers-format/

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