Cyberpunk 2077‘s performance on last-gen consoles has been so unstable that developer CD Projekt Red is issuing users a refund and pledged to drop more patches next year to stabilize the game. In the meantime, however, players have encountered yet another glitch similar to the one from earlier this month where the character’s penises couldn’t stay in their pants.
This time around it’s the rear-end. Yes, butts in Cyberpunk 2077 are out of their pants and in the open-world for all to see. The instances in which this bug occurs seems to be specific to driving for now, but enough people have encountered it that screenshots are all over Twitter.
Here’s what happens: Players drive around Night City, maybe minding their business or maybe pursuing one of the many quests the game has to offer. Suddenly, the character enters a T-pose, with their pants–and sometimes their entire outfits–removed. It’s here where the butt exposes itself for your eyes and the eyes of the unsuspecting Night City denizens.
ASSUME THE POSITION OF POWER pic.twitter.com/F1KYeU31Tv
— Bio Dome With Pauly Shore (@BioDomeWithPS) December 13, 2020
How do I put this….. when on the bike my V is uh…. naked. The town is lovin it though I'm sure #Cyberpunk2077 pic.twitter.com/HXYtemAdK6
— James Ⓥ (@James___UK) December 11, 2020
— Ben_RoastingonanopenFire (@kanokaclubyt) December 14, 2020
Despite the plethora of bugs and glitches in Cyberpunk 2077 that make it “unacceptable” to play on PlayStation 4, the game is still a massive commercial success. Though exact sales figures are unknown at the moment, Cyberpunk 2077 drew in more than eight million preorders across all platforms and broke a concurrent player record on Steam. CD Projekt Red has decided to disconnect employee bonuses from review scores following its launch troubles.
We scored the game a 7/10 in our Cyberpunk 2077 review, with reviews editor Kallie Plagge praising the side quests while bemoaning the average gameplay and presence of technical issues.
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