Cyberpunk 2077 Suffers From Erectile Dysfunction

Dick glitches galore. Warning: NSFW images of digital penises and breasts included here.

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Cyberpunk 2077 released on December 10, and some players have noticed a pretty funny NSFW glitch: Main character V's penises and breasts appear to magically transpose through fabric and insist on hanging out in their full glory.

Polygon collected some of the best tweets about the issue and below are some of them. Warning: NSFW images.

On the flip side, though, there's one player whose dick was apparently taken away. The variation in these dick glitches is pretty funny.

Cyberpunk 2077 received over 8 million preorders and reviewers generally praised it. But one thing that critics and players noticed alike are the amount of bugs and glitches. In response, CD Projekt Red promised a fix to the majority of the bugs in a Day One Patch. However, the game is available now and it doesn't seem like everything has been smoothed out. And we're not just talking about the genital issues. Players are having issues with crashing, physics glitches, and texture rendering. There are several other bugs, as well, and they could take a while to resolve.

A lot of people were also disappointed by the game's performance on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, pointing out that Cyberpunk 2077's graphic quality on these consoles just isn't great. The PS4 Pro version on PS5, however, seems to run reasonably well--though, there's still bugs abound too, just less--and there's no problem with the graphics either. So if you don't have a PC or next-generation console, it might be wise to wait for a patch that'll fix things.

Cyberpunk 2077's next-generation edition isn't out yet, and at the earliest, could release sometime next year. When the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S versions are out, they will be available as a free upgrade for those who bought the game already. This is also the case for players who want to upgrade The Witcher 3 on either system, despite it releasing five years ago. However, that game also released in a much smoother state than Cyberpunk 2077.

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