Cyberpunk 2077’s fake E3 demo and development issues have been in the news and social media. Now head of CD project Red Mr. Adam Badowski has come up with a clarification regarding the same. He came up to Twitter to decline the reports that claimed that the E3 demo was completely fake. Read this article till the end to know everything about the mystery of the Cyberpunk 2077 E3 Demo.
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Cyberpunk 2077 E3 Demo Controversy
The whole controversy began when Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier published a report. The report claimed that the E3 of Cyberpunk was purely fake. He claimed that cyberpunk 2077 started facing issues back in 2018. Employs of Cyberpunk 2077 have accepted that the first demo of cyberpunk 2077 was not at all genuine. Before the launch of games, fans were a bit surprised with the game but didn’t know that that gameplay was entirely fake said the report.
The report further claimed that the developers are still to finalize the gameplay of Cyberpunk 2077. This what some features like the car ambushes are missing from the final game hatch was released. Developers have said that “the time spent on demo could have been saved”. The time should actually be spent on the final game. Few added that they were forced to do overtime by their respective managers. They worked for more than 13 hours a day with a teammate quitting in between as could was not coup with the timings.
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Adam declined the report and tweeted that “It’s hard for a trade show game demo not to be a test of vision or vertical slice two years before the game ships, but that doesn’t mean it’s fake”. He tried to save cyberpunk by stating that yes the game is a bit different from the demo but that’s what “ work in progress” watermark means. He added that his gameplay way better and smoother than what their actual demo was.
Well, there you have it, guys. This is all the information that you need to know about the Cyberpunk 2077 E3 Demo. To get more latest updates on Cyberpunk 2077, follow us on Game Stanza and Google News.
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