Cyberpunk 2077 falls off after 7 weeks – Quick review by Calo Salud

It’s been seven weeks since Cyberpunk 2077 was released. Once the most hyped-up game that put a lot of people in excitement. It is an action-adventure, role-playing game with an open-world set up developed by CD Projekt Red.

You play as the main character, V. A mercenary outlaw in Night City set in a metropolis in the year 2077 where people are obsessed with power, glamour and body modifications.

Cyberpunk Compatibility

The game is available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One as well as PS5 and Xbox Series X. There is a great difference in performance on PS4 and Xbox One compared to the PC version of Cyberpunk 2077. The developer CD Projekt Red acknowledged this issue and offered a refund for those who are disappointed, nevertheless, they promised to provide patches and hotfix to the game.

Cyberpunk 2077 Commitement to Quality


Exploring the Night City will give you an immersive experience. By merely roaming around the game, you will surely notice that there’s so much detail allotted to the game.

I liked how they made the city populated of people with different style and culture per district. The density of the crowd when you roam is spectacular although it can be adjusted in the settings and it will still feel like crowded for some part of the city. However, not every place is filled with people walking but there’s a lot of interaction that can happen like the gangs doing what pleasures them. Overall, the people and what’s happening inside the game is making the city more alive without them it would feel empty. 

Impressive as how it looks, the story is fascinating too. The game is actually having a lot to offer, there’s a good storyline and full of content even if you’re not doing the main quest. You can do many things throughout the Night City, choose your own skillset, playstyle and customize your character’s cyberware which gives V special abilities and different effects to its body that can be useful when engaging in combat or when exploring areas. Also, if you feel bored there’s still more and it is the game’s side quests that gives a whole new experience that’s unlikely to other games. Giving style to your character and managing the armour is a useful choice too. The combat style can vary depending on what you would like to happen, you can do stealth or just simply the gun blazing mode where you’ll be blasting anyone or slice those who stands in your way using your katana. Weapons can be customized through its functionality but not in aesthetics and can be improved over time as your perks and character build matches together.

Cyberpunk 2077 is similar to other games of Bethesda, Rockstar and Naughty Dog in terms of some mechanics, elements and style. In comparison to that CD Projekt Red gave us a different game experience which is nice to have and will keep you entertained. 

In conclusion, Cyberpunk 2077 is really a great game developed by CD Projekt Red, although it has its own downside too like the bugs, glitches and some missing features. The bugs and glitches are frequently experienced just how the time I tried calling my vehicle then it just falls from the skyway just to come in my location. Weird and wonderful, most of these are minor bugs and glitches that can be often encountered and not really a game-breaking situation. Like what Keanu Reeves said in E3 2019, the game is truly “breathtaking”, for the game is story-wise and the visuals are astonishing indeed except to that braindance that has blinding flashes when it starts up.


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Cyberpunk 2077 DMCA Strike despite disabling Copyright Music

Cyberpunk 2077 DMCA Strike

Cyberpunk 2077 reports of a bug in the game that puts DMCA strike for streamer and content creators despite the option of disabling Copyright Music being switched on. The developers report that until the fix is ready, any potential Twitch streamer must switch off all in-game music to avoid any strikes on their channel

Prior to the initial launched, Cyberpunk 2077 warned potential streamers on December 10, 2020 that a certain song during the game’s “Braindance” sequence may trigger Digital Millenium Copyright Act strikes despite the use of the in-game setting that toggles off copyright music for this exact reason.

The sequence Braindance is a memory replay in the game Cyberpunk 2077 which appears twice as a part of the main story. CD Projekt Red advises simply to switching off the sound during the Braindance portions of the game to avoid receiving DMCA strikes on the channel. Recent reports show that CDPR states that the issue may be bigger than they initially thought, and are now advising content creators to just switch off their in-game sound.

The quests to disable music for are the following:

      • Santo Domingo Race
      • City Centre Race
      • I Don’t Wanna Hear It, Off the Leash, Rebel! Rebel! (chain)
      • Human Nature, Tune Up, Epistrophy, Don’t Lose Your Mind (chain)

      Hopefully the developers release a patch soon to remedy the issue because without it, any or all Twitch streams of Cyberpunk 2077 are likely to get copyright strikes.

      Additionally, CDPR reports of an update on their EULA regarding epileptic triggers seen on in Cyberpunk 2077.

      Cyberpunk 2077 DMCA Strike Fix

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