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The wait is finally over! Cyberpunk 2077 is officially out but to the dismay of last-gen console owners everywhere – the game is really, really broken on the PS4 and the Xbox One. While PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X owners are a little better off, those versions of the game are also incredibly buggy. Today’s episode of the Inside Gaming Daily Podcast is primarily going to be a Cyberpunk fiesta as we dive into the rocky launch of the most anticipated game of the decade… but we are going to talk a tiny bit about the Halo Infinite news as well.
00:00 – Intro
00:47 -Cyberpunk 2077 is on fire
07:59 – Amir’s computer is on fire
09:19 – Playing Cyberpunk on Xbox Series X
13:24 – A case for playing Cyberpunk on Stadia
16:35 – Cyberpunk sales, stocks, and player base
17:55 – Will all the bugs actually matter?
26:06 – The ideal launch and alternate universe
31:41 – Should Cyberpunk have had a staggered launch?
37:16 – The first 3 hours of Cyberpunk (NO SPOILERS)
41:39 – Brian opens his copy of Cyberpunk on the show!
46:23 – Will CD Projekt Red be able to fix Cyberpunk?
50:52 – Other busted ass games at launch
54:14 – CD Projekt being sneaky?
57:42 – Listener Question
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