There has been a lot of bad press associated with Cyberpunk 2077 for everything it did wrong. I want to tell you about something CD Projekt Red, the developers of Cyberpunk 2077, did right. It was a pretty cool detail that I overlooked before.
There is a well-known blue logo on the side of the police cars whenever they are chasing the player. These are holograms that display that the police are pursuing someone. However, when the police aren't chasing you, I bet you haven't paid much attention to that logo.
Cyberpunk 2077 police are not always blue
Redditor u/FullMetalTS posted one of the night city police department's (NCPD) cars from Cyberpunk 2077. As you can see in the picture, the ordinarily blue hologram color of the NCPD logo on the side of the police car turns red when the sirens are off. I find it strange to see this level of detail here compared to other areas.
Cyberpunk 2077 is not where it should be, according to many players who have played it. It had an absurd number of bugs when it came out, and some of its stories were incomplete when it was released. It's terrible when CD Projekt Red delivers a game with this level of mediocrity.
It is evident from this detail that they could make a good game but chose to release it broken and, in some cases, unplayable. They didn't put the level of effort they were capable of putting in. I am both disheartened and saddened by this.
However, the game does not go unnoticed by its fans. One such user is u/FullMetalTS, who asks, "Can we take a minute and discuss how the NCPD color changes when the police siren is on/off?" The NCPD logo appears blue when the siren is sounded. As the vehicle is not siren-activated, the car logo on the side is red, just like the top lights.
User Luc_Tonnerre pointed out that players can also listen to the police radio if V steals a police car. It shows that many people have noticed the minor features that would have made Cyberpunk 2077 a Grand Theft Auto killer.
Some Redditors, however, wondered why CD Projekt Red was being praised for a simple thing like changing a light from blue to red when the rest of the game is so messed up. CD Projekt Red originally had big plans for the game, and some others commented on what details like this mean.
u/FitMongoose9 summed up the feeling of many fans:
"Details like this make me believe the CDPR we know from Witcher 3 is still here."
It is hard to disagree; that's the CD Projekt Red that everyone knew before the Cyberpunk 2077 launch.
Game developer CD Projekt Red, which developed The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, created Cyberpunk 2077. The game was highly anticipated. Before the release of Cyberpunk 2077, the community's expectations were high, however, the game's release has largely disappointed the community, and the studio has since faced considerable backlash.
For a more detailed explanation on CD Projekt Red's current state and the many flaws of the game, please read this article: Will The Cyberpunk 2077 Leak Be Referenced In The Lawsuit This Month?