Cyberpunk 2077 glitch makes your dick hang out

By Alan Wen
10 December 2020 12:46 GMT

Cyberpunk 2077 may be having a very successful launch – with over eight million pre-orders and already over a million concurrent users on Steam. But when it comes to its reported bugs and glitches, it’s literally a flop.

While reviews of Cyberpunk 2077 have reported numerous technical issues that plagued the PC build, pre-launch and launch day patches, as well as driver updates, have since been added to address most – if not all – major issues.

Less has been said about the console versions, although tweets from CD Projekt Red’s Fabian Mario Dohla earlier in the week were meant to assure console users that similar issues would be fixed ahead of launch.

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Now that the ambitious sci-fi RPG is finally out in the wild, however, it’s clear there are still a teething number of issues – not counting the performance on base last-gen hardware. Some of the most widely reported glitches include characters suddenly T-posing, clipping through walls or items of clothing disappearing. One player’s glitch is arguably more embarrassing than most.

Twitter user FiskyBizniz shared a video from what appears to be the Xbox One version of the game from of their V from the menu screen, whose manhood is just casually dangling out through his jeans, swinging away.

Cyberpunk 2077 has a robust character creator, letting you customise your V’s facial features, body type, and genitalia, with a total of six types and sizes of penis. Evidently, they chose to make maximum use of this setting.

It’s actually possible to also run around Night City completely in the buff, which is itself a feature rather than a bug. In my own experience of playing the PC build however, I had also encountered a bug where my V would appear to be bottomless despite the fact they’re equipped with clothes. Nonetheless, having a big dick poke through clothes is definitely the funniest of these glitches yet.

That wasn’t all either, as FiskyBizniz shared a capture from the game’s open-world showing an NPC pissing against a wall. Obviously, they hadn’t quite finished their business as the urine stream animation continued behind them as they walk away, looking like something you’d want a doctor to check out.

Following the game’s launch, the Cyberpunk Twitter sent out a thanks to the fans while saying that the team are already “hard at work on the upcoming fixes and updates”. Hopefully, that will manage to keep everyone’s junk in their pants.

Meanwhile, PC users are advised to install all available patches as well as the latest game ready drivers with DLSS support to ensure the best performance before playing Cyberpunk.

CD Projekt Red has also acknowledged the more serious issue that certain images in the game can trigger epileptic seizures and are working on a permanent solution.

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