Cyberpunk 2077 Physics vs Gta 5 Physics

Cyberpunk 2077 Physics vs Gta 5 Physics
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Cyberpunk 2077 Physics vs Gta 5 Physics




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44 thoughts on “Cyberpunk 2077 Physics vs Gta 5 Physics

  1. I reeeeeally hate that fire under the wheel when a car is damaged. The flame just goes on forever if you let it. In reality that would have melted the tire and the fire would have spread. But nope, just a cute little endless fire.

    Man this video really makes me realise how badly made Cyberpunk actually is.

  2. I think the obvious reason in this is that there is almost zero interaction with water in Cyberpunk so it was definitely not a priority. Meanwhile GTA has boats you can drive so obviously they would need it to work better. People making these kinds of comparisons are missing the point.

  3. Yeesh, not a good look for cyberpunk. I knew this game had issue, but the physics are a joke and being beat by a game that came out in 2013. I do want to play cyberpunk but I’ll wait until they fix some things. Obviously the physics probably won’t be addressed. Just a shame for fans that have waited so long to play.

  4. I feel as if this is almost apples to oranges. There are lots of improvements that could be made though, no doubt. The way the lamp posts explode when hit with a melee weapon is comical.

  5. Cyberpunk should not have been an open world game. I feel like they had to make it that way so that the city felt like a real place but the game just falls apart when you start acting with the world itself. If you treat the game like a theme park where you go from one mission to the next it is amazing.

  6. This comment section makes me lose faith in humanity, comparing two games who are fundamentally different and the aspects that GTA 5 put a lot of effort in is just a side-piece of Cyberpunk 2077 and vice versa, Cyberpunk is a RPG first and also CDPR first open world game, Rockstar has made them for over two decades, I know its all the rage to hate on Cyberpunk, but god damn.. people are fucking stupid.

  7. I dunno man. I get the criticism, but I don’t play a CDPR game for the physics. Honestly, I don’t really even play a CDPR game for the combat. I play them for the characters and moral choices.

    I guess I feel bad for people who thought they were getting GTA with cyber implants and custom dicks. But like….you should probably pay more attention. Look at the other games the studio has put out. Anytime a studio gets out of their wheelhouse you need to expect some jank.

  8. Hold up you’re telling me the game company with 6 previous titles of essentially the same thing did better at polishing than the first release of this kind of a different company?

    Jeez I’m only 60 hours in but I’m gonna see if i can get a refund.

  9. Holy shit is this even salvageable? Can the devs change the physics after release, or is this going to play like a shitty ubisoft game forever?

  10. Yeah, the more I see of Cyberpunk the less I want to play it. I’ll be more interested in about 5 years when it’s closer to something CDPR was actually advertising.

  11. The windshield of a car is NOT made out of the same kind of tempered glass as the side windows. Its laminated safety glass (like a sandwich), that does shatter a whole lot different than the sidewindows, its really hard to make a large hole into.

    If we are talking about realistic physics.

  12. Yup. GTA V is a better game. Way, way better. Cyberpunk though does shine through in a few ways. The style is awesome, the lighting is pretty good, the cyber system is so good real bugs appear in the game!

  13. I laughed so hard at that. I love how hitting a 2 ton street lamp with a pipe causes it to just fly into the air. I didn’t realize the main character in cp2077 was a super sayin lol.

  14. I have 70 hours clocked in so far and absolutely love the game. I feel like most people that are complaining haven’t even played it and just enjoy jerking each other off to hating the game for silly shit.

  15. I mean, I get that the only game that can be compared to Cyberpunk is GTA but it seems people are *looking* for future GTA. Personally I’ve been disappointed by it appearing so similar to GTA, but maybe that is because most people are playing it that way. I’m holding off on purchasing it for a multitude of reasons, but I want a game that isn’t about fucking driving and carjacking.

    I want a game with a story, where your actions have big fucking consequences, and even if the city is basically anarchist, people will give a shit if you start jacking/killing their family/gang/associates. Anarchy is not about the lack of consequences, it’s the lack of systematic and regimented repercussions. It totally takes me out of the game if it’s going to be like GTA where I can gamify that shit. Besides that, I care more about interactions with people being the biggest focus of the game, where I’m spending most of my time fucking around in buildings or sidewalks; you know, like where most people spend their time? Finally I want a game that goes Ghost in the Shell, really exploring the meaning of what it means to be human or be part of humanity. I don’t need it to be some sort of serious philosophical meditation, it’s cyber PUNK. I just need it to not be fucking GTA with lasers.

    Edit: Why isn’t anyone comparing Cyberpunk to Fallout 4/76? Those games are far more similar to one another in story and style! I guess it’s because Cyberpunk looks like a fucking masterpiece of graphics and programming next to that dogshit.

  16. GTA V is way more polished in every way than Cyberpunk.

    Little things like if you sit in a parked car in GTA V eventually the car’s radiator fan will turn on. little details like that make the world seem way more believable.

  17. Alright but to be honest, Rockstar has 19 years experience of making 3D open world games with cars in them while CDPR is taking their first take on it.

    They also did this with their own engine (like most big game devs do of course)

    I can see it pretty clearly now I have played the game for a ton of hours. The game’s scope was way to large.

    Edit: seeing all these tiny details in GTA V when you for example hit a car with a baseball bat and it shows scratches made me realise what a incredible feat GTA V is

  18. I don’t understand people being in denial, and protecting this trash, treating criticism of it as a personal attack, and making excuses for it. Being a fanboy and shill for a company, is next level of idiotic. The game is shallow, and poorly made, like a pretty girl with no personality.

    The game flopped, get over it.

  19. Guys, stop making excuses for a shitty game. If you want everything to be better and fixed it has to be addressed and criticised.

  20. Go hit a bollard with a rigid pipe and see how that works out for you. Matter of fact run your car into it. They dont move. Cp2077 is shit.

  21. Ehh I’ve paid $60 for games that have wayyy less content and fun to be had then CyberPunk. Sure it fell way short of expectations with all the bugs and everything, but that still doesn’t make it a “bad game” that isn’t worth $60. It’s kinda weird that most retail games all are released at $60 when the budgets and time spent on these games is no where close to even. If Cyber punk was a $150 game at release, then I would be on the hate train yelling about how it’s a ripoff, but when you compare it to other new games that also cost $60, then Cyberpunk seems like a great deal.

  22. I’m the most disappointed in how little interaction there is with people. Fucking with NPCs in GTA is a lot of fun and with Cyberpunk’s emphasis on interesting character models and cool mods it seems like a huge missed opportunity. The world just feels flat there’s no depth to it.

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