I understand a game can be too long, but THIS game literally cannot be too long. We’ve waited way too long for it to be too long.
Cyberpunk 2077 will release in a few days, finally ending years of anticipation for gamers hungry to get their hands on the next ambitious RPG from CD Projekt Red. However, over the years, information regarding the game’s development cycle has come out, and not all of it is good. The road to Cyberpunk 2077 has been fraught with controversies on both a development and a public relations end, and the newest one comes from an unlikely place.
CD Projekt Red’s quality assurance test lead Lukasz Babiel revealed that he has put a whopping 175 hours into Cyberpunk 2077 — and still has yet to roll credits. Babiel has stated that he’s been taking his time with the game, using stealth where possible and exploring each nook and cranny the game has to offer. Still, even if this is a “slower playthrough” of the game, the fact that the game is stretching close to (if not longer than) 200 hours is ridiculous.