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it's already been stated in previous articles that the game is basically done and people have already played through it multiple times. I'm personally not worried at all, and I expect it will be great. I'm still excited. the number of developers working on this game is huge. one more leaving doesn't mean anything and Darksiders? Really?

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I personally agree with microsoft's decision to use batteries.. here's why: by having a separate play and charge kit.. when it starts to lose it's total available charge, you can simply replace the play and charge kit. if the battery was integrated, you would either have to get the controller repaired (which will cost money) or just buy a new controller. I started thinking of this when I noticed my Dual Shock controller for my PS4 Pro would lose it's charge faster then the battery provided by the play and charge kit. As long as you're gentle with your xbox controllers.. there's no reason you can't keep using it for as long as possible. The play and charge kit, despite being an additional cost, saves money in the long run. Probably what Microsoft should do is keep the controllers the way they are, as they are great, and include a play and charge kit with the console. Maybe once this Duracell deal ends.

On another note, the Elite Controller 2 comes with an integrated battery, and it's battery life is also beyond what the Dual Shock controller could offer. I'd like to see a comparison between the new PS5 controller, and the Dual Shock 2. Either way, by offering batteries and play and charge kits, Microsoft is offering more flexibility and a way to extend the life of the controller.. that's a fact.

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@PrpleTrtleBuBum: I'm not encouraging anything, and you shouldn't take it that way. I'm just being positive. Witcher 3 was full of bugs and now it's a great game. I expect the same with Cyberpunk. That IS realistic.

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@fatman98: I'm not accepting mediocrity... I just know CDPR will come through and get everything fixed up. I'm being positive rather then negative. It's already a great game.

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Cyberpunk runs fine on Series X with normal bugs.. CDPR will get this all patched up.. probably pretty quickly too.. given all this bad press. I don't think there's any need to remove it from the store. I'm going to wait until all the bugs are fixed. I've played through the beginning, and haven't encountered all that many bugs.. but there def. were some.. but not deal breakers.

I honestly think they should have just focused on current gen consoles and not the Series X.. or PS5.. as the majority of people still have current gen systems. I am though.. really wanting that next gen patch.

This will be a great game once it's all fixed. We've all seen all kinds of bugs in the past with like fallout and skyrim, and even Witcher 3.. they all got patched up and are classic games now. nothing to worry about.

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CD Project Red is a great developer.. They'll fix these initial issues I have no doubt. It's been in development forever, that's for sure.. but there's bound to be issues at launch. That being said.. I wish the next gen upgrade was here.. now! Cyberpunk is alot of fun so far..

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@YukoAsho: very good point. especially the external storage.. really expensive for both camps. there really was no rush.. we all have a back catalog of games we're playing.. and both the PS4 Pro and One X had plenty of life left in them.

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it's funny.. I've played skyrim to death at this point.. have 100% of the achievements, put in countless hours, still loving it.. and when I heard it was announced for game pass I reflexed and let out a "wow.." Its an old game at this point, but for me it still has that much weight. Having it on Game Pass is still huge. It's an incredible game I'm happy it's there.

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looks really great. looking forward to it!

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@YukoAsho: they do.. and it's why I posted what I did.. everything seems rushed. It's why I'm fine with Infinite coming out later. I can't handle another game that's released and just full of bugs then patch after patch after patch. For games and the consoles, 2021 would have just made more sense.