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Is Elon Musk Right In Worrying About Cyberpunk 2077’s Twisting Itself To Tedium Due To Fear Of Eventually Being Canceled?

Cyberpunk 2077 being delayed hit us all hard! It’s the most anticipated game this year and many of us can’t wait to get our hands on it. Yet, there is a concern that Cyberpunk 2077 might water down a lot of its contents in fear of being canceled, or at the very least be poorly reviewed! With how the media has been basically coming down the game’s throat for every single thing, it’s no wonder many of us feel that way. That sentiment holds true for even Elon Musk, who also expressed concerns for the game’s future! Is he right to be worried?

Elon Musk expressed worries and hopes about ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ in a tweet reply, especially about the game twisting itself to tedium out of fear of being canceled. This came about from a post PC Gamer made about Cyberpunk 2077 having too much merch, another instance where the game is being criticized! Honestly, I’m in agreement with Elon here, despite all that the game’s being through with the delays, Cyberpunk 2077 has been unfairly scrutinized by the media since it’s initial gameplay reveal. Everything and anything that you can think about, and they’ve been criticized for it. It’s gotten so bad that there are no doubt reviews will be heavily politicized. If you’re in doubt, then look no further than Kotaku’s PS5 review! So there’s no doubt that SOMEONE will find something to knock a few points out for the game. Depend on it! This the manifesting faith that we’ve started to see when it comes to a lot of games being reviewed or even talked about like I am doing now!

Look, I know the game will be good, I’ve tempered my hype a lot over the past few delays but I still think that the game at least won’t disappoint! However, I do hope that whatever CD Projekt Red does release, it’s exactly what they intended int he first place What do you guys think? Do you agree with Elon Musk or do you think we’re over reacting?

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