It seems that CDPR hired for testing Cyberpunk 2077 a third-party company that lied in reports and made it difficult to detect serious problems with the game.
New details of the game’s development progress have emerged thanks to a 72-page document that was sent to youtuber Upper Echelon Gamers – it contains reports, names, charts and other important information.
reportedwhat Quantic Lab, the third-party quality assurance company behind Cyberpunk 2077, was not completely honest with its superiors. She lied about the size of her QA team to keep her contract; She stated that the team consisted of senior employees, but in reality, junior employees with less than 6 months of experience worked on the project; Quantic Lab was supposed to send bug reports daily. As a result, CDPR received a huge number of reports mentioning a variety of problems that were difficult to understand. As a result, the developers were unable to detect serious problems with the game. Upper Echelon Gamers claims that the information is reliable, but he did not show the document itself – in order to avoid legal problems. Forbes edition also turned for comments to CDPR and Quantic Lab, but has not yet received a response.
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