CD Projekt Red made a Cyberpunk 2077 bug compilation video prior to release

The bug montage video titled “Cyber ElBuggado 2020” has been leaked by hackers who infiltrated the videogame company’s data back in February.

After waiting for nearly a decade, Cyberpunk 2077 did not meet well with fans. Given the success CD Projekt Red had received with The Witcher 3, the company failed to meet its patrons’ expectations with Cyberpunk.

There is no doubt regarding the fact that Cyberpunk 2077 was one of the biggest letdowns in 2020. The game was full of bugs and failed to run properly on older-gen consoles such as the PlayStation 4.

Moreover, the game was removed from the PlayStation store shortly after its release. As of last week, CDPR mentioned that they are still awaiting Sony’s approval for getting Cyberpunk 2077 back on the PlayStation Store.

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Now, a bug compilation video that was allegedly created by CD Projekt Red before the game’s release has surfaced online. This leak is part of the many files that have been stolen from CD Projekt Red during its cyber-attack.

The authenticity behind the origin of the comedic bug reel was up in the air until one of the producers of the game confirmed its authenticity in a now-deleted tweet. In that tweet, he called the video:

“a fun composition of bug materials collected by QA and developers through years of development”

You can watch the video here:

However, the existence of this video directly goes against the claims previously made by CD Projekt Red’s Co-Founder and joint CEO Marcin Iwinski in his apology video. In that video, he had claimed that the testing “did not show a big part of the issues” that the players had claimed about the game’s performance. Whether or not he responds to this leak is yet to be seen.

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