Geralt voice actor Doug Cockle has stated that he felt “really bad” for CD Projekt RED following the Cyberpunk 2077 fiasco, which wants no introduction at this level.
Although Cockle stated that he’s been too busy to play the sport, he revealed that he too is ready for the studio to repair bugs in order that he can have a “smoother” expertise, particularly since he has a PlayStation 4.
“I’m looking forward to playing it eventually,” he stated in an episode of Wassup Conversations (by way of GameSpot). “Bless them, CD Projekt, I love them so much and I felt really bad for them when Cyberpunk came out and there was all that stuff about bugs. I can’t imagine how disappointed they must have been in some of the public reaction to the game. I decided I’d wait – I have a PS4 so I thought, ‘I’m just gonna wait it out until CD Projekt fixes everything they want to fix’ and then I’ll have a smoother experience, I suppose.”
Cockle went on to disclose that his favourite sport is What Remains of Edith Finch.
In different Cyberpunk 2077 information, CD Projekt RED has revealed that the 4 class motion lawsuits filed towards the corporate have been consolidated by the courtroom, and a lead plaintiff has been appointed. “Following this consolidation, all four lawsuits will be subject to potential common court proceedings,” reads a report on the developer’s web site.
CD Projekt RED has been sued for false and deceptive statements by quite a few stakeholders together with its personal buyers.