Citizen P wrote on Dec 17, 2020, 02:07:
jdreyer wrote on Dec 16, 2020, 22:20:
It sounds like they lost a billion off their valuation.
I was wondering when the "stock dip" that was previously reported was going to materialize into silly articles like this one.
EXACTLY. I can tell those who understand finance and those that don't by reading the replies here. But this is the internet not grasping a topic never stopped people from commenting on it as if they did and sounding foolish. That aside those that work in finance understand this is nothing. In a week or two all of a sudden the stocks will be a "great buy" and it will pop back up again. shrug, much to do about nothing. Just a reactionary, sensationalist article for the gullible who think it matters in the long term, which it does not.
That aside I am having a blast with CP2077. Nothing but immersion breaking bugs and one bad save game that I needed to go back and reload. One or two side missions that are spotty but you can easily avoid them until the next patch. Over all having an awesome time on my AMD 2700X, RTX 2060 with about 60 FPS average with FX on high and ray trace off. The story, well written NPCs, voice acting and seemingly endless side missions is amazing!
I will say they should have been more upfront with last gen console players (or even better just make it for next gen) but I get it, the install base of a 8 yr old console is big and wanted that sweet money. However after seeing the game play videos and screen shots past year people should have had the common sense to realize it was going to be iffy, at best, running this on 8 yr old hardware. If you mindlessly follow PR teams spin without any critical thinking that is partly on you.
The irony being this genre, game is a warning message about just that, the fact that eludes those console players complaining is sad and says something itself.