Cyberpunk 2077, which was released for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X and Google Stadia on December 10, 2020, continues to be spoken. We would like to be able to talk about how perfect this game is and that it is one of the best works in history, but CD Projekt RED has released such a problematic game that even the state has been involved for fooling the players and investors. Therefore, we have been talking about the errors, not the quality of the game, since December 10, 2020. Poland, now home to CD Projekt RED, has also introduced a competition agency.
Cyberpunk can beat a substantial penalty through 2077
According to a new report that has emerged, the Polish government has involved the competition agency with the name Office of Competition and Consumer Protection, or Turkish. This institution will monitor the progress of the game Cyberpunk 2077 and investigate whether the promises made by CD Projekt RED are kept. At this point, there are two updates that will first fix the older generation versions of the game. The first of these updates would arrive in January 2021, and the second in February 2021. After two updates, the older generation version of the game would become playable as advertised. If this promise is not kept, an important move may come from the state.
CD Projekt RED could get a significant penalty by the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection if it fails to keep its promise of fixing the Cyberpunk 2077 game. This penalty will be around 10% of the company’s 1-year income. Of course, it is very difficult to predict that it will come to these points. Even though the older generation versions of the game are problematic, they are not at a level that cannot be fixed. In addition, since there is no mention of maintaining any quality in the promise, the company can further reduce the visual quality of the game, relieve performance and leave the consoles behind in this way. Other bug fixes and crashes are not insoluble in my opinion anyway.