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(MENAFN - GetNews) In today's gaming world, buying a Triple-A video game title that you can fully enjoy without having to keep spending money on it seems like a utopian dream. Most of these video games already have high launch prices, costing $60 or even more. But when you take into account the costs of expansion packs, loot boxes, DLCs, season passes, and online gaming fees, that initial price ends up being an insignificant fraction of the ultimate cost.
CD Projekt Red, the Polish video game developer, publisher, and distributor based in Warsaw, tried to sell that dream to players with their latest title Cyberpunk 2077. The hype around the game had been building for nearly a decade, and when the game finally hit the shelves on December 10th, 2020, it turned out to be nothing like the CD Projekt Red advertised.
The fans were livid; they were promised a revolutionary experience a gripping, free-flowing story that would immerse players in a "living and breathing" sci-fi universe. They were also promises of extensive character customization options, an expansive world to explore, and as one of the ads starring Keanu Reeves stated, "In Night City, you can become anyone, anything, if your body can pay the price. So seize the day, then set it on fire."