Cyberpunk 2077 released on December 10, and despite the game receiving generally good reviews, it has also found itself as the subject of controversy regarding its numerous bugs and poor state on last-gen systems. These criticisms haven’t escaped the management at CD Projekt Red, as the company has reportedly changed how it awards bonuses to no longer factor in the game’s average review score.
According to Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier, Cyberpunk 2077 creative director Adam Badowski emailed the development team to explain how bonuses were changing. He admitted that given the “circumstances”–possibly referring to the work-from-home woes the team has gone through–it wasn’t fair to tie these bonuses to a review score.
“We underestimated the lengths and complexity involved to make this a reality, and still you did everything you could to deliver an ambitious, special game,” he added.
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