#Cyberpunk2077bugs: users share some of the funniest glitches from the long-awaited game

Developers CD Projekt Red have released a statement regarding the video game's issues

'Cyberpunk 2077' takes place in the the dystopian Night City. Courtesy CD Projekt Red
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Cyberpunk 2077 was one the most anticipated launches of 2020. But the video game, which took eight years to develop and had its release delayed three times, is not without fault.

Most early reviews have been conducted on PC, meaning gamers were not fully aware of the issues that arise when the game is played on consoles like PlayStation or Xbox.

While glitches and bugs are to be expected with most new launches, players have taken to Twitter to share some screengrabs and videos of their more comical issues under the hashtag #Cyberpunk2077bugs, which has been trending since its worldwide release on Thursday, December 10.

Here are some of the funniest glitches spotted in the game so far...

There’s the mysterious drifting man:

Or this frightening woman with no face:

Or the hard decision to make:

This player is at a whole other level with their "flying car":

Cyberpunk 2077 or Animal Crossing: New Horizons?

Here's one with a random body part just floating in the air:

But it sure beats being stuck in a continuous loop:

CD Projekt Red responds to the bugs and glitches

Developer CD Projekt Red has issued an apology, as well as promising a refund to customers who want one. A statement released on Twitter said it "should have paid more attention to making it play better on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One", and promised to fix the bugs and improve the overall gaming experience, with a patch coming out in January and another in February.