Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty Review – Surprised

Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty Review – Surprised

Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty Review
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32 Responses

  1. ACG says:

    CDPR requested that only B footage and trailers be used. I was impressed by the continued slow chopping away of perf issues and the 2.0 update over the top of a solid expansion that has a good number of acts and some unique continued gig types that never really stop.
    If you like reviews done by people who buy the game, check out the patron it helps especially as youtube continues to demonotize.

  2. Isaac Lee says:

    I’m glad the developers didn’t abandon the game despite its rough launch. This and the update 2.0 makes it worth revisiting Night City!

    • Ion Seven says:

      Yeah charging more money definitely made them the “good guys.” I wonder if basic things like the NCART and flying cars work yet and not just mindless combat changes. :/

    • xor says:

      @Ion Seven the update is free. The paid expansion is just the extra story missions and some new areas.

    • Javier says:

      It’s CDPR, they kind of didn’t have a choice. But it’s still technically worse off. It lost its massive MP spinoff, the rumored 2/3 xpacs, and probably tons of content that got thrown out because of the focus on actually finishing the game.

      I can’t wait for the big 2.0 patch but none of it is going to change the game’s most glaring issues like how lifeless and wasty the open world is, especially compared to games like GTA which has its problem but man has a shitton going on around every corner which is why people keep coming back to it 10 years later.

      Hopefully they learn from this mess…

    • sir ugly mane says:

      @Ion Sevenpeople will always find something to cry about

    • Khai says:

      ​@Ion Seven You’re a ray of sunshine aren’t you? 😂

  3. peckc16 says:

    More than the dlc itself, I’m looking forward to the 2.0 update. I really hope it delivers because cyberpunk Dec. 2020 felt like a draft of a potentially great game.

  4. innerbloom says:

    i played cyberpunk for the first time earlier this year and it was genuinely one of my favorite gaming experiences ever

    • tachyon2357 says:

      same. in spite of coming short of what was show in the original announcement, it is an amazing unforgettable game.

    • Southern Guy says:

      Don’t be fooled. Cyberpunk was ALWAYS good… for people with a decent PC.
      The VAST majority of the crappy bugs you saw was from people playing on last gen consoles. A decent PC with a decent graphics card ran Cyberpunk 2077 just fine at launch. Were there bugs? Sure there were, but no more than most other AAA release in the last 10 years.
      People claiming otherwise are ignorant or simply lying. Of course, its possible to simply not like the game itself but that’s personal taste and a completely different story.
      All that said, I’m really looking forward to this new expac! It looks amazing!

    • tachyon2357 says:

      @Southern Guy same. I never had technical glitches or bugs. the game just worked.

  5. Michael Krynski says:

    I love the world of Cyberpunk 2077 and I can’t wait to play the Phantom Liberty DLC! 🙂

  6. Aegis Defense Solutions says:

    The stamina changes could be cool. I like that aspect of tiring while continued firing and moving.

  7. Alex Turner says:

    I love this game so much and I’m so excited to dive back in.

  8. DeadSpaceMartyr90 says:

    This looks fun as hell. Loved it the first time around.

    • Jordan Evans says:

      If you love cyberpunk, when it first came out, your standards are under the sidewalk

    • Loppan Torkel says:

      Me too. CP2077 had flaws, but it seems the amazing aspects of the game often are overlooked. It’s a unique game.

    • Cas The Demon says:

      ​@Jordan Evansnot really. People love Skyrim and that game was worse lmao.

    • Silverhost978 says:

      @Cas The Demon True, funny you say that because both Skyrim and Cyberpunk scratched the same itch for me. The vibe and general experience of just playing and existing in the world in both games is just so satisfying, regardless of the fact that the individual elements of the experience may be flawed

    • Cas The Demon says:

      @Silverhost978 the only good part of Skyrim in the atmosphere and music. But Cyberpunk has a genuinely fantastic story that I loved despite the bland gameplay.

  9. FishyDave7 says:

    Really enjoyed the original game, looking forward to the 2.0 update and starting fresh again followed by playing the DLC can’t wait!

  10. Astral Frost (Noctis) says:

    Hey, Karak! Excellent review. I never got anywhere near finishing Cyberpunk, so with the upcoming release of 2.0 I think I will finally play it through and then move onto the expansion.

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