Cyberpunk 2077 discovers a new game-ending save bug and investors consider a class-action suit

Keanu, why.

If you like gaming trainwrecks, Cyberpunk 2077 is your gift this year, and it’s one that keeps on giving. While most of the game’s bugs have been confined to console versions up to this point, the newest bug shows that the game’s save files become unusable past 8 MB in size. This tends to mostly occur if you make heavy use of the game’s crafting system. There’s no fix at this time, so players are advised to back up their save files and hope that a fix is found soon.

Needless to say this storm of bad feelings has had a pretty notable impact on CD Projekt Red, with reporting from the New York Times indicating that investors are considering a class-action lawsuit against the company for lost profits. Internally, the company is facing angry questions from staff about the management of the launch and work conditions within the studio. As we said, it’s the gift that keeps on giving if you like trainwrecks, not so much if you like stable games that lived up to the hype.

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