Cyberpunk 2077 Developer CD Project Red (CDPR) is releasing an update for the game, which will reduce the ability of certain scenes to trigger seizure symptoms. The risks of seizures were brought to light Game Info Author Liana Rupert Earlier this week. 1.04 is hotfix Long live now CDPR is working to release an “soon” update on PlayStation consoles and PCs, as well as on the Xbox.
CDPR claims to have changed the way it views its “brainwashed” scenes. During these shots, a device flashes red and white lights in front of your character’s eyes. The effect is similar to what real neuroscientists do to trigger seizures for diagnosis, according to Rupert, who said he suffered from epilepsy while playing the game.
According to CDBR’s patch notes, the flashing effect during branding is “softened and the flash is reduced in frequency and volume”. Rupert said he worked with the studio this week to help test the adjustment. “I think this will help many epileptic and non-epileptic people in #Cyberbunk2077 feel safe.” Rupert said.
I am away from communities today, but I am so glad to see this change! Earlier this week I worked with CDPR to test some brain animations, which I think will help many epilepsy and epilepsy feel safe. # Cyberpunk2077.
– Liana Rupert (DirtyEffinHippy) December 11, 2020
There are several fixes in the update, one of which is that some copyrighted songs will run even when a player changes a setting to disable playing copyrighted music. CDPR had warned streamers to turn off all music in the game Thursday As a temporary measure to avoid triggering a TMCA strike.
Although Cyberpunk 2077s Many initial issues including Reports of poor performance on older consoles, The game was the biggest financial success ever. According to a document on CDPR’s investor site, CDPR has already reimbursed the total cost of growth and marketing through digital pre – orders.PDF). The game had over eight million bookings, CDPR announced Wednesday.
Cyberpunk 2077 Steam also broke the simultaneous player record for the single player game, reaching more than 1 million players simultaneously on Thursday, According to SteamDB. That number has more than doubled since the previous record Fallout4, Which had more than 470,000 players simultaneously In 2015.