Cyberpunk 2077 cut content: Deleted scenes and missing features that fans are annoyed about

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Cyberpunk 2077 has been out for over a month now, and after the massive amount of hype it had prior to the launch, it's safe to see that there are a few unhappy customers.

It's not just the people who may have refunded or not bought the game either, it's the ones who own it.

There are, it would seem, features missing that were apparently promised.

Here's what you need to know.

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What is Cyberpunk 2077 missing?

It's all been collected on the forums at CD Projekt Red.

The post in question, which is linked, of course, talks a lot about the way NPCs behave.

A lot of issues have been raised regarding the way NPCs interact with you, but it's not just the random ones, but even the police.

There are also issues with the way you can use hacking in combat, which doesn't appear to be as extensive as in the trailers or the deep dive videos.

There are also heaps of other issues regarding lifepaths, augments, drones, weather, RPG elements, wall scaling, and more. That's not even including the multiplayer mode either.

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When will Cyberpunk 2077 multiplayer arrive?

While we still don't know the exact date, we did cover this last week when a datamine revealed two different modes.

"The datamine points to the existence of not only multiplayer on the whole, but two specific modes. According to the site, both Deathmatch and Heist exist within the file, along with a bunch of functions clearly aimed at supporting them."

It is, as is often the case, a matter of waiting to find out what's going to happen and just seeing where things go from there.

It's important to keep in mind that the people making the game are people, they need breaks, and they've been working absurdly hard for a long time.

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