CD Projekt Red may have been misinformed about the status of Cyberpunk 2077 on the day of its release.
Cyberpunk 2077 will always be remembered for the problems of the day it was released and the failure of CD Projekt Red to fix these problems in a timely manner. The problems, especially in the console versions of the game, were too many to ignore. The state of the game was also worsened, with it performing quite poorly on consoles. The company announced that they have addressed all kinds of problems in the game over time. After all, remastered versions of the game have been made available, and we are currently not seeing any new news mentioning major issues with the game.
In addition, various opinions continue to circulate as to why the game came with so many problems on the first day of its release. Just before CD Projekt Red released patches and fixes for Cyberpunk 2077, they issued a statement stating that the quality assurance team had not notified them of all the bugs contained in the game. Many people in the market did not seem to accept this statement published by the company. But a new report released today could change that.
YouTuber Upper Echelon Gamers has revealed a key 72-page document about Quantic Lab, the quality assurance firm CD Projekt Red works with, that reveals a series of previously unknown facts. Among the allegations presented to the public with this document; There are allegations that Quantic Lab has exaggerated the size of the team working on Cyberpunk 2077 in order to maintain the contract, it is stated that the team working on Cyberpunk 2077 consists of senior members, but in reality the team consists of young members with less than six months of experience.
At the same time, the report mentioning the existence of Quantic Lab’s daily reported bug quota states that this is why thousands of meaningless bug reports reached CD Projekt Red. It was stated that the high number of bug reports resulted in the company’s inability to prioritize problems that would directly affect the game.
The long document published by Upper Echelon Gamers seems to add a new dimension to the views about Cyberpunk 2077. The original document contains a lot of detail. So much so that it can even offer in-depth information about production schedules and various internal data. However, it should be noted that this document is a leaky document. However, CD Project Red and Quantic Lab have not yet made a statement on the subject. Depending on the characteristics of the contract between the two companies, it seems unlikely that any of the two companies will make such a statement.
Finally, let’s mention that you can watch the video of Upper Echelon Gamers explaining the document mentioned about Cyberpunk 2077 below.