Cyberpunk 2077 issues, glitches and bugs faced by PS4, XBOX gamers

Cyberpunk 2077 is out now and the game has received rave reviews on the internet, with many of the major game review websites giving it top marks. The game launched in India and is available on PS5, Ps4, Xbox, PC, and Google Stadia. Also read: Thinking of buying Cyberpunk 2077? This is all you need to know

Despite its popularity, Cyberpunk 2077 has not been able to escape from crooks as many players have posted major glitches and bugs that they have come across during the campaign. According to a Polygon report, players on previous generation consoles have reported an “extremely non-optimized experience” on PS4 and Xbox One and even on PS4 Pro and Xbox One X. Also Read: Cyberpunk 2077 Release Date, PC Requirements, Gameplay, And Everything You Need To Know

Most PS4 and Xbox problems

There have been reports of frame rate drops, massive crashes, among other issues, for PS4 and Xbox One players. It is still unclear if players who report patches and post them online are playing with the patch. Zero Day, as most of the reported issues have been fixed by the game’s developers.

The game is massive and you will surely encounter some bugs, but the huge popularity and preparation for the game’s release did not give the developers a chance to work on the glitches before the world found out about these issues via the networks social. media.

Some of the users who posted the bugs on their Twitter and YouTube accounts were reportedly not using the day one patch, although glitches of some sort still exist in the game.

A little better for PC gamers

It’s not that PC gamers haven’t had a problem. Initial review copies of the game were issued to PC gamers and most of them had a good experience with the game only to run into a few bugs along the way.

Waiting for a solution

The game also seems to have problems when the player runs in the open world. Cars seem to disappear from the road, buildings disappear sometimes, and graphics are sometimes all over the place.

While the game’s developers have not responded to recent problems that have cropped up online, what is surprising is that CD Projekt Red had said that Cyberpunk 2077 was ready for PS4 and Xbox.

This is not looking good for the company as the game is still in its early days of sale. If the developers can’t fix these issues soon, players won’t stop reporting them online.