>> Update regarding the 1.05 patchnotes saying this file appearantly does nothing:
Hey all, I had no intention to jebait anybody in any way. I even asked two friends to try this fix before posting it, because it seemed unreal to me a file like this could change ANYTHING. After they confirmed this, I went to post it on reddit and people's responses were huge. I expected this to ONLY maybe help in niche-cases. Only after hundreds of people allegedly confirming that it made noticable diffferences, stability being the most common, reflecting purposefully increased memory pools, I started to collect data and tried to draw a better picture since some characteristics seemed very distinct (for example new Ryzens seeming to be totally unaffected). Maybe I got hit with placebo, but how the hell is it possible thousands of people appearantly did too? This bugs me quite a bit. If I really spread misinformation, I am sincerely apologizing. Obviously it's hard to argue with patchnotes most likely backed by developers or a member of QA, but for me my personal changes were far beyond any deviation that would fall in within placebo limits. (Yes, I am very aware that a game restart can fix a common memory leak issue or can get the game the chance to reorder itself, therefore giving you a few perceived temporary extra fps gains) I am still positive my game ran way more stable (even on higher settings and better resolution) and it recovered a lot better from fps drops. A prominent point were definite improvements in load times. I am not trying to pull something out of thin air for the sake of defending myself, I am being honest.
To the people calling me out for allegedly farming awards or having ill intentions: If there is any way I can refund the awards, for example via staff, I will do so asap. If I can refund Platinum / Gold 1:1 I will immediately do that if I am asked for a refund. I have zero interest in keeping any undeserved rewards. The one person who actually has donated me 4.69$ via PayPal has already been promptly refunded after reading the 1.05 patchnotes. --> https://i.imgur.com/DY6q0LR.png
I only had good intentions, sharing around what I found to get back feedback on, waiting for people to either tell me this is only in my head and that I am a muppet or responses confirming my assumptions. And I got a lot more from the later.
I would appreciate it if a CDPR dev can reach out to me personally so I have first hand confirmation, but It's def... keep reading on reddit ➡
After reading about all the disappoint with the performance of CP2077 today and talk of how it should have been delayed a year, just remember that there’s nothing preventing you from delaying the game for yourself. Sure the technical release date was today but it doesn’t have to be for you.
Just set in your mind that it isn’t coming out for another year or “when it’s ready” and you can eventually have the game you thought it would be.
Now YOU are in control of when this game is ready 😬
This happened tonight at a gig I was playing at, it was one of the worst cases of a choosing beggar I’ve ever witnessed. It was so rude it was actually just pretty hilarious.
So I’m playing a free gig put on by the local council. It’s an an outdoor amphitheater, so everyone can just come and enjoy a free 2 sets of live music. (This is in Western Australia hence no crowd restrictions). In the second set, after a few songs, the singer says that if people like the music then he has CDs. 1 song later, after we finish playing the tune, a woman comes up to the stage (in front of the entire audience, stopping the concert) and says “where is my free CD, I’m going now”. The singer was baffled and said “why did you think it was free?”. CB:”well how much is it then?” Singer: “I usually sell them for $10” CB: “I don’t have ten dollars on me and I’m going now so are you going to give me a free CD?” Singer: “I’ll think about it” CB: “you only have 10 seconds because I’m leaving” Singer:”ok bye”
The best bit is that the singer then announced on the microphone that this woman had stopped the concert because she wanted a free CD, and everyone in the audience basically laughed her out of the room.
Leading up to launch, CD Projekt Red went on record to say that Cyberpunk 2077 runs "surprisingly well" on base versions of Playstation 4 and Xbox One. This was reassuring news to those of us that haven't upgraded yet but were still looking forward a game that had been in development for the better part of a decade. In the midst of all that, The Witcher 3 was released and was regarded by many gamers as the best game of the entire generation. With one game, CDPR had gained the reputation of being one of the best developers in the gaming world.
But in the week leading up to launch, we found out that the game had leaked early, as all games do. Reports began surfacing that the game ran horribly on the base PS4 and XB1. "Don't worry, the day 1 patch will address those issues" was the common response, and that's assuming that you didn't believe that someone claiming to have the game early was lying. And yet through all that time, CDPR flat-out refused to let ANY footage of last-gen versions of the game be shown. Why? Were they not confident? Would the game truly run as early owners claimed, or were those people lying/exaggerating?
Well, Day 1 is officially upon us. We have the patch, we have the game, and we are INCREDIBLY let down by what we're seeing. Look, obviously the game won't look as good as it does on PC. No one expected that. Yes, we know the upgraded versions of last gen consoles and current gen will run games better than the base versions. But what we have here is insulting, and a slap in the face to all of us that haven't upgraded and trusted CD Projekt Red because of their reputation. Nothing about this game runs "surprisingly well." Hell, I'm surprised that the game ended up running WORSE than I expected based on reports from early owners. So here we are, with a game that struggles to maintain even 20 frames per second, blurry graphics that are hard on the eyes, and the pop-in is atrocious and immersion breaking. 30 minutes into the game I'd already caught the attention of law enforcement for crashing into a pedestrian that didn't even show up until about five seconds after I hit him.
You know what it reminds me of? When I was on vacation, I brought my shitty laptop along with me and tried running games at below the minimum recommended PC settings. Of course they ran horribly. And yet that's the only thing that I can compare Cyberpunk 2077 on Playstation 4 with: A game that clearly wasn't designed with my outdated hardware in mind. Fine. So why... keep reading on reddit ➡
The Tweet: https://twitter.com/Open_Critic/status/1338502656931860481
The page: https://opencritic.com/game/8525/cyberpunk-2077
The time has come and a new update have to be posted. Last time I've posted about the internally developed MM but today will be different! We now have had a bit more time between the last post and this one and this is regarding holidays and people who got ill. But with start 2021 development of tools come and take a new turn. We as well came into contact with CDPR, but about that later in this post.
Our current progress can be viewed as following in 2 main topics: Scripted Modding and Content Modding.
Scripted Modding:With CET ( Cyber Engine Tweaks ) out console enabler and script library we have made the first step into creating a framework for the community to create mods by their own. With Lua you can make scripts and load them during gameplay or at the start of the game. We are actively developing and dropping debug versions of the tool in our for test of upcoming changes for Modders. During the time we have made big jumps in development and added a lot of new content and stuff to the Mod to make new good mods for everyone! A big thank you for Yamashi to initially creating the Mod and WhySoSerious to being on of the most active in developing and improving the Mod.Examples:- CET Ingame Mod Manager by Natsji at nexus- CYBER H4CK by specikk at nexus- Vehicle Unlocker by specikk at nexus
Content Modding:With the WolvenKit creators ( who have initially initiated the project of Modding CP77 ) we are coming closer and closer to being able to fully port / add functionality to Mod Cyberpunk 2077 with WolvenKit and add new content as well as edit existing one! But until this is done we have our CLI based tool called "CP77Tools" (original I know :D ) that is allowing us unpack and pack( !experiment! ) .archive files to allow edits of files and look at them directly. It even has more functions, but for more info join our discord or take a look the github respo. A big thank your for rfuzzo to make the CP77Tools and the both rfuzzo and Traderain for WolvenKit and the upcoming Cyberpunk 2077 Support!
With a lot of notice thanks to users on the Discord, I have noticed to forgot to add a specific tool developed by WopsS: RED4ext!
RED4ext is a library that extends REDengine 4. It will allow modd... keep reading on reddit ➡
>To be specific, Cyberpunk 2077 is doing something that no other major game has ever done, and demanding something of its players that even the industry's most famously consumer-unfriendly publishers have never quite dared to; it's asking a very large proportion of its customers to buy the game sight unseen. Pre-launch, not a single outlet -- traditional press, streamers, YouTubers, nobody -- received code for the console versions of the game. Those who reviewed the PC version, meanwhile, signed an NDA which meant that they couldn't upload any footage in their video reviews other than the b-roll provided by CDPR itself.It's probably happening, to some extent, because CDPR knows it'll get away with it. If EA or Activision did something like this, consumers would be up in arms, but the fuzzy warm halo of everyone's affection for The Witcher surrounds CDPR like a snug blanket -- for now, at least.Another delay, no matter how warranted, could wipe literally billions of dollars off the company's stock price. This is the reality for companies which float on the stock market despite having a product release schedule that really only encompasses one major release every few years, rather than the nice quarterly rhythm that makes investors comfortable. Decisions start being made for the wrong reasons, because balancing the needs of the game you're creating against the requirement to keep your investors optimistic and happy is extremely difficult, if not impossible.
This should light a fire under their bums. Sadly, it will mean that all the developers will be placed under even more crunch to pay for that will have been a management screw up.
Here’s the article: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-12-11/cd-projekt-changes-developer-bonus-structure-after-buggy-release
Here’s the Tweet: https://twitter.com/jasonschreier/status/1337555816417800194
Edit: Head of CDPR: Adam Badowski can be reached on Twitter @AdamBadowski - be civil, don’t witch hunt or make threats, but share your grievances there. Let him know that this is unacceptable.
This has been a very controversal release mostly because of the horrendous performance on PS4 And Xbox One despite CDPR clearly promising that the game should run perfectly fine regardless of the platform you play it on. This was essentially bullshit. But it's also hiding another thing they've absolutely lied to the player base about, which is the open world aspect of the game.
When i first entered the City, i went "wow". The game looked just as good if not even better than i tought it would be based on the trailer. The atmosphere is purely sensational. What ruins it for me, is how it almost seems like they try to do everything they can to ruin the immersion. Remember when they said that "Every NPC is going to have their own life"? The NPC's in this game are the most soulles people i've seen in a video game released in the last 10 years. The only interaction you will ever possibly have with an NPC is them screaming at you telling you what a douche you are when you try talking to them. I've seen 4 kid NPCs so far and each and everyone of them has said the exact same "I miss i found my sister" as if that was the only line they codes for kid NPCs. I was fighting with a gang member earlier, and decied to run to a cop to see how they would react. I was next to the cop when the gang member came from around the corner and started blasting his gun straight at me. The cops acted as if there was no one around, until my existence started bothering them too much and they killed me. There are stalls everywhere in the city with vendors behind them yet they don't actually sell anything. They're just an NPC standing there like any other, telling you to fuck off if you try talking to them. Customer service at it's finest.
I watched a montage of the AI being terrible but can't find this specific video, unfortunately. It showed how the entire traffic just stopped altogether when one car blocked the road. And not a single NPC tried to reverse and go another route. They just sit in their car waiting for the car in front of them to move, while the car in front of them was waiting for the car in front of them to move and so on. In literally every other open world game that has cars, they try to find another way trough if something's blocking the road. In Cyberpunk, they're given a single pattern they're supposed to drive through, and if something comes on their way, they stop until the object is gone. The AI is quite literally non existent. I've read stories from countless pe... keep reading on reddit ➡
And, if you work for CD Projekt Red and they ask you to work 6 day weeks, for 10-12 hours a day over the holidays. Tell them no, stay home and enjoy the holiday/Christmas season with your family.
If you do go to work. Well they sold so many copies you can just ask for some very good overtime pay.
We are angry at the company CD Projekt Red and the people who run it. We are not angry at you and we can still see all the hard work you put in, in the abysmally short time you had and conditions you worked in.
Any other questions you may have?
Notice: In 400 years, all players will be unbanned for 1 year.
Edit: Before you ask about the terrorist attacks, think: How many of them were successful, and actually accomplished what the terrorists set out to do, as opposed to just outing themselves as terrorists, and making the USA safer?