The release of the highly anticipated Cyberpunk 2077 didn’t go smoothly. The bug-riddled game was the subject of a bad mood to the extent of the players’ expectations. In particular: the console versions that are described as not playable. The dematerialized version has been withdrawn from sale. As a result: an interesting impact on the price of physical games.
Seize potential business
While recent events haven’t been good news for publisher CD Projekt, gamers can certainly enjoy a hefty deal. Indeed, the price of the physical versions of Cyberpunk 2077 was logically affected. So there is a significant drop in prices, of course in the USA, but also in Europe. We can therefore find the console game at a price of 40 euros on the Fnac website or at Auchan on PS4 and Xbox One. Fans of the PC version can also calm down: The title is offered for 55 instead of 60 euros, still on Fnac. A smaller discount, of course, but still noticeable!
Patches are coming very soon
As we know, Cyberpunk 2077’s release turned out to be particularly messy. Due to the poor optimization of the games – originally they were only suitable for next-generation consoles and PCs – major bugs and glitches were reported. Indeed, the CD project team had largely underestimated the challenge that awaited them. The publisher has therefore announced the release of two patches: Version 1.1 (within 10 days) and Version 1.2 (in February).
Logically, CD Projekt also announced the postponement of the release of next-generation versions to the second half of 2021. Good news, however, players will have access to free DLC (see infographic above). No date has been announced about her at the moment.
The discounts offered deserve Black Friday deals, a crucial time of year for any fan of promotions. The case is therefore of interest to players who can arm themselves with patience while waiting for the title to be better playable. We warned you for the others!