Though Cyberpunk 2077 has suffered from a variety of issues since its December launch, it's attracted its share of fans.
CD Projekt RED's open world adventure still has its merits for some players, even if it can be a frustrating mixture of glitches.
Elon Musk loves Cyberpunk 2077 but not its hotfixes
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is a huge gamer, and he makes no secret of how important games are to him.
Musk took to Twitter on Thursday to share his enthusiasm for Cyberpunk 2077 and how much he enjoys it, despite its multiple issues.
Musk tweeted that "even the hotfixes literally have hotfixes," but he found Cyberpunk 2077 a "great game."
Despite the problems Musk has also inevitably had with the game, it looks like he's still enjoying himself.
Still, he had to take a moment to mock Cyberpunk 2077 for needing so many fixes to become playable, or at the very least a bit smoother.
There have been several patches released in a bid to resolve problems users have had with Cyberpunk 2077.
Most recently, Update 1.1 rolled out last week, which brought a series of resolutions with it.
Then, Update 1.11 had its own hotfix, which is likely what Musk is referring to.
Most recently, CD Projekt RED released official modding tools for players to mess around with.
Tesla Model S can run Cyberpunk 207
It comes as no surprise that Elon Musk is spending time playing Cyberpunk 2077.
The newest announcement from Tesla's automotive front indicates that the Model S can run games as powerful as Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3.
While Teslas can currently run a variety of video games thanks to Tesla Arcade, this is a huge development for owners.
Being able to play games as demanding as Cyberpunk 2077 in your Tesla is an exciting prospect all around.