You should not release a game you feel is mostly unplayable. the developer Cj Projekt Red had a team that felt, "Cyberpunk 2077," was nowhere near ready to come out. It was released in December of 2020 and was an utter buggy mess. Even with those concerns, it was my favorite game of 2020 as I had a lot of fun playing it in the month of December--more fun than anything else that year, warts and all. Still, it was a mess. Now we are six months out from release and...we're being told the game is finally in a state resembling being ready for the market. At this point CD Projek Red is happy to report is can stop trying to fix all the countless issues and actually focus on adding fun things to the game. Yah?
I mean, it is great, "Cyberpunk 2077," now resembles something like a playable game in the eyes of the company that made it, but that's a bum deal for lots of folks who eagerly bought it and were less forgiving of the countless issues than myself. At least it works better now and perhaps they can have some of that promised free downloadable content feature Jackie. He was an awesome character who gets far too little time in the game with you.