CDPR Working on Cyberpunk 2077 Epilepsy Solution

CD PROJEKT RED tweets that as they work on a "more permanent solution" for the potential for Cyberpunk 2077 to cause epileptic seizures, they will add a warning to the EULA for their imminent sci-fi RPG:
Thank you for bringing this up. We’re working on adding a separate warning in the game, aside from the one that exists in the EULA (https://cyberpunk.net/en/user-agreement/). Regarding a more permanent solution, Dev team is currently exploring that and will be implementing it as soon as possible.
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Ranger55 wrote on Dec 8, 2020, 22:38:
For our next trick, we will develop a hair dryer that does not actually electrocute you if you ignore the "do not submerge in water while plugged in" warning and do it anyway.

Sure, this analogy would work if Cyberpunk had a warning (it did not), or if submerging the hair dryer in water was a necessary part of completing its usage (as the intentional seizure sequence is in Cyberpunk.)

You're outraged by this outrage because you're oversimplifying it so that it sounds stupid. The reality is that CDPR created a mission designed to create seizures, and put it in there without warning the people it would cause seizures in ahead of time, and didn't give any way to complete the mission without seizures.
Certainly a different situation than the one you imagined so that you could feel superior.

Some here are so quick to get furious over something that may impact them and so quick to try to strawman anything that can't. "Wait, this only impacts people physically different than me? Then clearly it's wrong to want to change. But if it impacted me, well, there'd be hell to pay!"
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