Did Cyberpunk 2077 2.0 Finally Fix The Game?

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Hello guys and gals, it’s me Mutahar again! This time we take a look at the possible redemption of Cyberpunk 2077 after patch 2.0 finally dropped. With Phantom Liberty out in a few days is this game finally worth truly revisiting? Let’s find out! Thanks for watching!
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27 thoughts on “Did Cyberpunk 2077 2.0 Finally Fix The Game?”

  1. The thing I liked about the level of enemies being location dependent is that it reinforces the theme of rampant capitalism. Off course thugs of poorer areas aren’t going to be as powerful as they are in corpo center who have more resources to just be built better.

  2. 2:25


    People seem to enjoy being in abusive relationships. They're so used to being treated poorly that when the other person does what they're supposed to, they forget about all the crap they had to put up with in the first place.

  3. There are a few changes im not the happiest with like the grenade and healing items being more like an ability instead of items, also the relic glitch after automatic love is still there

  4. So my rig came with an AMD Ryzen 5 3600, a Nvidia RTX3060, a 500GB SSD and a 1TB HDD. Only problem is I have both Starfield and Baldur's Gate 3 installed on my SSD, which combined take up roughly half of the space of the drive. It looks like either I buy a bigger SSD/NVME which I don't really want to do, or one of my games has got to go. Also, the SSD is where my Windows installation is, so I'm kinda SOL all around.

  5. Honestly the fixing is too late. I already got rid of this game a year after release and im honestly not going to even bother going back to the game. If a game is unfinished when released im uninterested even when its finally patched 2 years later or so. Im good. The game wasnt all that good to begin with. Reminded me of far cry and dues ex mixed together. It's decent gameplay but nothing to write home about or to go back and check out. The story to the game was already dull enough to not revisit tbh.

  6. I thought cyberpunk was OK, but when you said about how AI cleaned up the noise you just reminded me of lightroom AI noise reduction with RAW files, I freaking love AI in editing software, I know that's a random thing to take from this video but it is pretty exciting.

  7. Yes! Agree 100%. We should not support this No Man’s Sky type behavior. It is not okay to release garbage. Like going to McDonald’s and ordering and paying for a Big Mac and only getting a piece of lettuce with a note that says they will produce the rest of the sandwich in 1-2 years from now.


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