It's been a little over a month (one month and one day, to be exact) since Cyberpunk 2077 crashed out into the world.
It was, to say the least, a rocky launch.
However, the team behind are still working incredibly hard to fix as much as they can. It means that they're also likely still working far more hours than a lot of us, so it's important not to be unreasonably harsh.
Well, if you feel like giving some feedback, then one of the designers has said they'd read it.
The Lead Quest Designer of Cyberpunk 2077 has said he'll listen to your feedback
Right, this is not an invitation to flood this person's Twitter with horrible comments or anything unhelpful.
However, it is an opportunity to potentially discuss things with one of the main people on Cyberpunk 2077 and maybe give them some compliments alongside anything you feel is constructive.
That means not just rushing into things and talking about how they're a horrible person or anything nonsense like that, because if you do that then you deserve to be banned from talking to other people.
To help you decide whether or not you should comment, we've come up with some rules.
Some rules to follow if you feel like giving feedback
If you feel as though you've truly got something important to say, then make sure you follow these rules.
- You don't need to say anything that has already been said
- This person is a person, they have feelings, don't be nasty
- They're a game designer, they probably know more than you, don't assume otherwise
- Be positive even with negative comments
- Maybe just don't comment
Honestly, this person has probably done a huge amount of work in the last few years, so it's probably best to skip this. However, a nice comment might also help make their day. If you are going to point out an issue with a quest or a character, consider how you present your point.