Last month, Cyberpunk 2077 was suddenly released on PS5 and Xbox Series, and indeed this version was able to offer several improvements over the last generation version, the most important of which is that it improved the artificial intelligence of the crowds.
But with the start of the Russian-Ukrainian military war, the repercussions of this began to extend to the gaming industry, as the developer of The Witcher took a step in which he announced that he would stop selling his games in Russia and Belarus. It seems that this decision did not appeal to a number of players who wanted to express their discontent about it by resorting to the possibility of bombing the game’s ratings through Steam.
Of course, the Russian public expressed its outrage at this decision and its complete rejection of it, while other players stated that politics should not be involved in video games and they reject these politicized measures. Next to the double standard by companies.
Currently, Cyberpunk 2077 has about 12,300 reviews on Steam, only 66% of them are positive, and now negative reviews are increasing exponentially every moment.
This Polish studio’s decision comes after the government of Ukraine demanded that PlayStation and Xbox halt support in Russia. Microsoft’s decision to stop sales of its products and services in Russia in compliance with US government sanctions against Russia.