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Cyberpunk 2077

21 Dec 2020

Cyberpunk: Sales suffer HUGE loss after recent troubles!

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Sales Suffer

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Performance Problems

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Sales Charts

Cd Projekt Red's latest title launched to a phenomenal opening week.

However, since then, it has faced some pretty serious setbacks.

Let's take a look at what problems Cyberpunk has suffered and how their sales have fallen!

Sales Suffer

Unfortunately for the team at CD Projekt Red, sales have taken a huge 80% hit.

BUGS: Some players think the game is unplayable!
BUGS: Some players think the game is unplayable!

Despite some reports suggesting this is normal for the release of new titles, we can't help but feel like the game's poor reception by some made the drop worse.

This dramatic fall means that the game falls behind titles such as Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Assassin's Creed Valhalla again.

Hopefully, future updates will fix the current issues in the game and these sales will bounce back, but until then, it looks like slim pickings for the game.

Performance Problems

The main reason for such a significant drop off in sales has been, as aforementioned, the performance of the game.

COMPARISONS: The game is incredibly different between PS4 and PC!
COMPARISONS: The game is incredibly different between PS4 and PC!

This is specifically related to last-gen consoles, although there are still bugs on PC and next-gen too.

Many people with the game on the PS4 and Xbox One have experienced game-breaking bugs, many of which directly affect the storyline.

Sony has even gone so far as to remove the game from their store. A recent update on the Microsoft store adds a warning that mentions the performance of Cyberpunk 2077 on the Xbox One.

Sales Charts

The rest of the chart is pretty self-explanatory, with some familiar faces returning to the top spot.

DRIVE CAREFULLY: There are a number of vehicle bugs in the game!
DRIVE CAREFULLY: There are a number of vehicle bugs in the game!

For Number One, the title has gone to Assassin's Creed Valhalla, with the game's sales up by 66%. This is largely due to some well-timed Christmas sales.

Second goes to Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, whilst FIFA 21 and Animal Crossing: New Horizons take fourth and fifth.

It is important to note that these are physical copies only, so digital figures could have a huge impact on this chart.