What happened to Cyberpunk 2077?

Since the release of Cyberpunk 2077 on Dec 10, gamers have created viral videos featuring a multitude of glitches and bugs. PHOTO: AFP
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(NYTIMES) - The hype around Cyberpunk 2077 had been building for nearly a decade. When CD Projekt Red, the Polish studio behind the video game, announced the title in 2012, it was billed as a gripping, free-flowing saga that would immerse players in a lifelike sci-fi universe.

Since then, fans have been treated to impressive teaser trailers; there has been buy-in from celebrities such as Keanu Reeves, Grimes and A$AP Rocky; and headlines have heralded it as the most anticipated title of the year, if not the century.

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