Cyberpunk 2077’s new police system and car combat impress – but not everyone

Exciting updates to Cyberpunk 2077's police system and car combat have players buzzing about GTA-style crime pursuits.

Cyberpunk 2077’s new police system and car combat impress – but not everyone
Published by Noah @ PC Game Spotlight 9 months ago

Cyberpunk 2077’s New Police System and Car Combat

Cyberpunk 2077’s new police system and car combat bring exciting updates to the RPG game, with players expressing their enthusiasm for the addition of GTA-style crime pursuits. Following several delays and a bump in the game’s price point, CD Projekt Red has made good on its promise to deliver long-awaited updates to Cyberpunk 2077. Many players are expressing their satisfaction with the improvements, having purchased high-end graphics cards to fully enjoy the game. However, some players are expressing their disappointment with the game’s initial state, with questions arising about whether the new features are accessible without purchasing the DLC.

Runaway-Hovercraft Vehicle Physics

First, let’s talk about the runaway-hovercraft vehicle physics, which have plagued Cyberpunk 2077 since launch. The issue has been addressed with the new update, with players reporting that they can once again enjoy driving their vehicles without them flipping over at the slightest touch.

Player Reactions to the New Police System and Car Combat

Next, players are expressing their reactions to the new police system and car combat, which are free additions to the game. While some players clarify that the changes are free, with some features potentially being exclusive to the expansion, others admit that they “should have been in the base game.” Some players feel that the updates should have been included from the beginning, while others express excitement about revisiting the game in the future.

“I’m glad they finally did this,” one player comments, “but I wish they would have done it back in 2023.” Another user replies with a humorous comment about the car’s design being less than favorable.

Another user expresses their sentiment of disappointment in the game’s initial state, but they admit that they still enjoyed it despite the bugs. “I can understand that [the] game was in rough shape at launch,” they say, “but I still really enjoyed it,” before adding that they “can understand that [the] early access model was not right for this game.”

One user admits to not purchasing the game initially, but they say that they plan to do so now. “I loved the first game and I am looking forward to this one,” they comment. Another user replies by saying that they “played the first game to death,” and that they have “a great gaming experience” with it despite the major patches.

“That’s why I bought the first one,” another user replies, “and I’m hoping for a repeat performance.” They add that they “enjoyed the game despite the bugs,” and that they “think early access could have alleviated some of the pressure and generated some revenue for the devs.”

Several users express their continued support and enjoyment of the game, having already gotten their money’s worth. “Sure, some of the changes should have been in the base game,” one user says, “but I don’t regret my purchase at all.”

Another user expresses their uncertainty about whether to purchase the game, but they note that they are a fan of the Cyberpunk anime. “I still like the anime,” one user replies, “but the game is a bit different.” Another user replies to express their support for the developers, explaining that they “don’t think the devs did a bad job” but instead feel that “early access could have helped generate sales.”

If you’re looking to dive back into Cyberpunk 2077 yourself, take a look at some of the best RPG games on PC for some potential recommendations. You might also want to check out the Cyberpunk 2077 datamine from the Game Developers Conference, which revealed some exciting new information about the game.

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