Believe it or not, CD Projekt Red has an official graph that charts Cyberpunk 2077 crashes. The graph is taken from the company's most recent financial results, where CEO Adam Kiciński reiterated that the developer is still committed to improving the experience.
Kiciński said: "We intend to live up to what we promised our gamers in January," referring to the update roadmap that CD Projekt Red published. "While we already see major improvements, a large part of the team continues to work on making sure that Cyberpunk provides even better entertainment to gamers," he continued.
Kiciński also stated that "nearly half" of the original Cyberpunk 2077 development team is still working on the game. That total includes those currently working on the PlayStation 5 version, which is still set to release later this year.
Anyway, back to the crash graph:
According to CD Projekt Red's data, subsequent patches have improved the crash rate since launch — and based on our own personal experience, that seems to be the case. But it's still crazy that such a graph exists, isn't it? Unfortunately, the graph doesn't indicate the actual amount of crashes, as there's no dedicated y-axis. A bit of a shame for us, but understandable from a business point of view!
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