The Witcher actor Geralt Voice responds to Cyberpunk 2077 issues


Doug Cockle, Geralt’s voice actor on CD Projekt Red’s The Witcher series, shared his thoughts on Cyberpunk 2077 issues. Cockle said in an appearance on Wassup Conversations that it waits for the bugs to be fixed before diving. The actor also spoke about why he felt bad for the developers and more.

He said he’s playing games on a PS4, which is one of the platforms that appears to have been hit the hardest in terms of bugs and other issues. Even if Cockle wanted to play Cyberpunk 2077 right now on PS4, he might have problems doing so because Sony was removing the game from PlayStation Store (of course, he could purchase a physical copy).

Overall, however, Cockle said he “felt really bad” for the developers of CD Projekt Red because of the issues at launch.

“I can’t wait to play it eventually. Bless them CD Projekt; I love them so much and I felt really bad for them when Cyberpunk came out and there was all that bug stuff,” he says. he. “I can’t imagine how disappointed they must have been with the public’s reaction to the game.”

As to why he hasn’t played yet, Cockle said he’s been too busy with other projects and commitments. “I decided to wait. I have a PS4 so I thought, ‘I’m just going to wait for CD Projekt to fix whatever they want to fix’ and I’ll have a smoother experience, I guess,” he mentioned.

For its part, CD Projekt Red is committed to continuing to support and update Cyberpunk 2077 to help it get in better shape so it can sell well for a long time to come. The game has sold over 13 million copies in just three weeks to become one of the best-selling games of all time. In part due to the game’s financial success, the executives and developers of the studio received bonuses.

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