Thanks to the official stats shared by CD Projekt, we know that players have spent 6.3 million hours in the character creator on Cyberpunk 2077. However, for all the stuff gamers have done in the game, there’re still plenty of activities that they haven’t completed because the developer removed the content once promised for the title.
Fans have found a creative way to remind the studio about the deleted features. A new wave of memes started to circulate on the Cyberpunk 2077 subreddit earlier this week.
For example, one user posted an image with caption: “0% of players have ridden on the subway.” It’s ironic because CD Projekt initially promised that players will be able to use Night City’s subway.
There are tons of features that have been cut from popular AAA games during the development process, so Cyberpunk 2077 isn’t unique. However, a very early announcement, a few delays, and a lot of technical issues at launch made many fans upset about “broken promises.”
That’s why redditors decided to recall other features that have been removed from the game and make some jokes about them. They are now creating memes, mocking CD Projekt’s series of posts #CyberpunkInNumbers.
So far, players have spent 6.36 million hours in the character creator. That’s over 13 times more hours than Johnny Silverhand’s digital construct has spent in the Relic. #CyberpunkInNumbers pic.twitter.com/MUDPoISPob
— Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) June 18, 2021
0 bullets were fired from a player’s vehicle, 0 apartments were purchased, $0 million was spent on car customization, 0 players modified V’s appearance… the list of features cut from Cyberpunk 2077 goes on and on.
Some users recalled the game’s quality at launch. “Our quality assurance team has only found 3 major issues since 2 weeks, even though there are like 1000s of posts on YouTube and Reddit listing out the major issues with the game,” a picture mocking CD Projekt’s post “Top reported issues” reads.
Despite all the issues, Cyberpunk 2077 still has a lot of fans. Thanks to its return to PS Store, it became the most downloaded game for PS4 of the month.
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