Cyberpunk 2077 has been the butt of many jokes in the video game industry over the past year, but the outlook for the game has always been sympathetic for most gamers. Many saw it as a missed opportunity but with massive potential, only held back by its bugs and uninspired game design. But many knew that deep inside Cyberpunk 2077 is a good game at its core. It’s still a game worth picking up – but never at full price, that is.
That’s why when the game went on sale on online storefronts on Black Friday, it became one of the weekend’s best-sellers. At 50% off, getting a year-old Triple-A game from CD Projekt Red felt like a great deal, even if that game turned out to be Cyberpunk 2077. And it turns out that at 50% of its original price, many people felt at ease with the game being in their library, enough that they don’t feel buyer’s remorse afterwards and not knocking on Valve’s door for refunds.
The various incremental fixes that CD Projekt Red has been putting into the game over the past year have definitely helped improve the gameplay experience of Cyberpunk 2077. One year later, and the game finally feels like a finished game. It’s still not stellar, but at 50% of its price, it’s already a bargain.
Many players definitely felt good about their purchase as Cyberpunk 2077 received a Very Positive recent review scores on its Steam Store Page for the first time since its release. The recent outpour of positive reviews has also brought up its total review score to Mostly Positive. Things are looking good for Cyberpunk 2077, but there are still a lot of fixes that needs to be done, and a couple of post-launch content to be delivered. If you want to be part of the ride, the game is still 50% off during this Cyber Week Sale.