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  1. Buy it via a VPN on the Russian GOG store for about £20. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cyberpunk-2077-on-pc-for-ps1998-at-gog-russia-3616687
  2. https://gamerant.com/cyberpunk-2077-wanted-system-corrupt-police/ Guess that was a lie, or cut to meet deadlines/base console running > 5fps.
  3. On base consoles its currently proper broken and should not be purchased imo. On next-gen consoles and PC its working well enough to enjoy the on-rails nature of the story and most of the missions are great and its worth a purchase. Just don't go in with any expectations of a decent sandbox as the complete lack of any investment into the AI has ruined that part. On a decent spec'd PC it looks amazing and hopefully in time the next-gen console versions will also receive the proper update which will bring them more into line with this. I've hardly had any issues with bugs since the opening crash
  4. Very hard. The difficulty balance is pretty poor (shock!) was quite hard for the first couple of missions in Night City with shit guns then it got super easy. The only time you can't go super ham is when there are > 4 people trying to shoot you at once and its best to pick one or two off first before rushing in.
  5. This goes for any weapon (well apart from the sniper, but precision rifles are ok). The AI can't cope with bum rushing it. I did two side quests beating people to death with Sir John Phallustiff, a 12 inch dildo that flaps about as you run and makes a nice buzzing sound for about 450dps base.
  6. I found the first few missions like that but then I found a couple of half decent guns and changed my tactics slightly using cover properly with lean peeking and stuff and had a much better time of it. By the time I got to act 2 I was a godlike John Wick picking off most NPCs with one/two burst headshot kills even on very hard. There are some seriously good guns to be found on some of the assault or crime in progress side quests.
  7. Bugs are fixable (and often hilarious. I had a plane land to drop off 8 guards as part of a side mission and out dropped a ball of NPCs stuck together which I made quick work of with my mantis blades) and I expect the game to be in much better shape in a few months. The biggest issue I have with it is the non-existent AI. What happened to all the bullshit claims about 1000 inhabitants with real life schedules that were made as recently as June 2020? Stuff you'd think would be one of the first features to be added in a city RPG like driver AI or police patrols/response ar
  8. It looks fucking amazing at 4k on my 3080 but boy is the game shallow. I've had a blast playing it so far but its got absolutely no depth to it whatsoever. The vision was a mile wide but what's the point if its all superficial? Such a shame they released this in the state its in as I'm not sure a few DLCs can save this unless they decide to not add any new story and just fix all the stuff you'd think they have got round to doing over the last 8 years... like any kind of AI for the traffic, pedestrians, police for example! Nothing I do when I go on a rampage has any affect on the game world and
  9. First real mission with a gunfight and I've had 8 crashes at some point during the fight and have to keep re-doing it Looks lovely when its running though!
  10. LOL, mines updating at 0.1MB/s... The update will take longer than the 60GB pre-load.
  11. GOG finally started actually updating, 241mb
  12. You'd be better off just using GOG for a DRM free copy for £20ish via the Russian site. At least that way CDPR still get 100% of that money rather than some shady reseller....
  13. Oooh, my GOG pre-order is downloading. Initial download is 59GB and its currently downloading at 100MB/s... lets see how long that lasts until the site falls over
  14. Yeah, they un-banned my account after 3 days and lots of media attention but didn't apologise or explain how/why it was banned in the first place.
  15. Finally got a reply from Oculus/Facebook Support
  16. Previously had a CV1 but not used it for a couple of years so was interested in the Quest2 to see what progress has been made in VR. Quality of the screen is much better but I'm glad I bought the replacement strap as the one it comes with is garbage. Had to migrate my Oculus account with all my previous purchases to a Facebook one just to use the damn thing so I setup a new account using my real name (I've never had a Facebook account previously) and went through and changed all my privacy settings to 'Only Me', because why the fuck not. My new Facebook account got banned within 1
  17. Is there any difference in use between this one and the official cable apart from the extra length of the official one (and the fact the official one is optical)? Is this one fast enough for the Quest 2 for all use purposes?
  18. No need to mess, this thing checks for you and puts one in a basket ready for checkout https://github.com/ianmarmour/nvidia-clerk
  19. Actually, the correct url is https://api-prod.nvidia.com/direct-sales-shop/DR/products/en_gb/GBP/5438792800 note the SKU is different per country.
  20. I think people were a lot more prepared today as well compared to last week at 5:30am. You are fighting against a lot more people at this time of the day and I imagine a lot more people have distil.io setup now. I also recall having some issues with the checkout process, really didn't like my postcode much, think I had to include a space or it didn't accept it.
  21. In brighter news I just met @Mike S's to hand him his FE. We had to abandon any attempts at courier delivery due to threats made to his postman/delivery driver by certain individuals on this thread. You've got a chance to intercept him on the train home though so not all is not lost yet. Happy hunting!
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