The voice actor of Geralt in The Witcher, very sorry for the situation with Cyberpunk 2077

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Doug cockle, the actor best known for voicing Geralt of Rivia in The Witcher, has spoken out on the Cyberpunk 2077 debacle. Wassup Conversations, Cockle has been saddened by the situation experienced by the developers, whom he loves very much, although haven’t played the game yet (has PS4).

“I’m looking forward to playing it at some point. Bless them CD Projekt, I love them so much and I felt really bad for them when Cyberpunk came out and all this bug stuff came out. I can’t imagine how disappointed they will be with the public reaction to the game., He said.

Cockle explains that he hasn’t played Cyberpunk 2077 yet because he has a lot of projects and commitments. Use a PS4 to play, and currently the game is still not in the PS Store digital store, due to the large number of bugs with which the console versions came out. You prefer to wait for patches to be released on the console.

Cyberpunk 2077 sold a spectacular 13 million copies at launch, but the controversy soon overshadowed everything else. There have been many patches since its launch that fix and improve the experience on consoles (and also on PC), but that has caused the delay of the rest of the Cyberpunk 2077 updates.

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By the end of this year it is expected the PS5 and Xbox Series X version of Cyberpunk 2077, just like the next gen version of The Witcher 3. And in the far future (but perhaps not too far) it is almost guaranteed the return of Geralt of Rivia in a new The Witcher game, because CD Projekt has been structured to work simultaneously on the two franchises.

Fountain: GameSpot

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