Cyberpunk 2077 creators FINED because of a mural - here's why

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Cyberpunk 2077 hasn't exactly had a seamless launch.

Whether you're looking at the way the game was hyped up before it releases and then the state it released in, the fact that it got pulled from the PSN store, and then the whole refund debacle too.

It's definitely been a rough ride for those behind the game as well, especially given how long the developers have been crunching on the project and no doubt continue to do so in preparation for the game going forwards.

Well, here's yet another addition to the list of things that have gone wrong with the game.

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A marketing firm advertising Cyberpunk 2077 is getting fined

To be fair to CD Projekt Red, this one doesn't seem, to be entirely their fault.

Instead, it looks as though a marketing firm called NaLata NaLatawho used a mural of the game's artwork on the side of a building on São Paolo is getting fined for $410,000.

This is because the city has a Clean City Law that means that you can't use external advertising in the city. That means this massive mural is blatantly breaking that law.

While it doesn't have anything linking back to Cyberpunk 2077 or CD Projekt in the name, it's definitely advertising for them, so this is yet another bad look. The report comes from Comic Book.

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What's in the future for Cyberpunk 2077?

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Well, assuming that the company can move past the creator seemingly blaming QA for the vast array of problems with the console releases, we're meant to be getting multiplayer at some point.

There's also likely going to be DLC in the future too, but the main focus at the moment is probably just fixing the game.

Hopefully the company is treating it's staff a little better as well.

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