Cyberpunk 2077, which was released recently, received low ratings from users on Metacritic, especially on the console side. One of the points that players complain about is in-game bugs and optimization problems. Cyberpunk 2077 is finally released to gamers after countless delays and a long wait. The record-breaking game with pre-order numbers won the admiration of many but has been criticized by many as well. The common point of the criticism of the game is the errors and optimization problems.
Cyberpunk 2077’s Metacritic User Scores
Cyberpunk 2077 received high scores from various sources. However, things seem a little better on the PC side for the game. But, it can be said that the players are not very satisfied on the console side. It seems that this dissatisfaction of the players is also reflected in the Metacritic user scores. The console scores of the game are currently quite low.
As of the writing of this article, there were about 3 thousand user reviews on Metacritic for the Cyberpunk 2077 PS4 version. The overall average on the PlayStation side is 2.4. Xbox One review numbers, another console platform, are slightly lower here. About a thousand people have rated the game and the average score is 2.9. On the other hand, if we look at the PC side, the user score is 6.4 as a result of 6373 reviews. This reveals how serious the optimization problems experienced by console players are.
Currently, many people describe Cyberpunk 2077 as ‘unplayable’. Players are criticizing CD PROJEKT RED for releasing the game while in this state. The Polish-based game developer is aware of the bugs and optimization issues in the game. The company is working hard to make the game more stable and playable. The game is currently playable on PC, PlayStation 4, Stadia, and Xbox platforms; Next-generation console upgrades will be released in 2021. You can access the Steam page by clicking the link here, to learn more about the game.