Apparently, Cyberpunk 2077's developers knew full well that the game was almost unplayable, according to a leak. Cyberpunk 2077 developer allegedly made these videos and released them internally months before the game was released. In and of itself, this is remarkable since it could mean that CD Projekt Red knew the game would be a bug-ridden mess when it was released but released it anyway.
A literal bug montage was released showcasing several bugs for Cyberpunk 2077, which makes many wonder how this game was released. Furthermore, if it's true, it will benefit the current lawsuit against CD Projekt Red. CD Projekt Red has yet to comment on this news.
CD Projekt Red and their Cyberpunk 2077 bug montage
In honor of Cyberpunk 2077's notoriety as a glitch-ridden mess, supposedly, its own developers have compiled video clips and montages collecting the game's "greatest of" glitches. Since its release in December of last year, Cyberpunk 2077 has already earned a reputation as one of the worst game launches ever. Since the release of Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt Red has been dealing with the multiple issues that plagued the game and disgruntled players demanding refunds and class-action lawsuits from outraged shareholders.
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Despite the game's glitchiness being a surprise to players, the developers may have been well aware of it. At least one CD Projekt Red developer took advantage of what they knew would be a bad situation with a video montage of glitches and errors found in the game during development.
A Reddit user subsequently posted some of the videos on Reddit, but others were taken down by the videos' hosting sites for violating their terms of service. Reddit User Winds_Howling2 has provided links to the other videos in the comments section of the original post.
There are some clips that hurt my head just to watch. Since I won't publish NSFW content here, you can find the others on the Web. Here is just a single clip of a full video.
Video montages of errors tend to come out after the game is released to poke fun at the developers. There are almost no cases, if any, of bugs being showcased during development, which is when they usually appear and are fixed. We have no idea which category these montages fit into. Since these videos were leaked and perhaps weren't intended for public consumption, that question remains unanswered.