Cyberpunk 2077: Proof that the cars still need a bit of fixing...

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Cyberpunk 2077 is becoming a phenomenal title for players across the gaming world to enjoy.

As bugs and issues leave the game with each patch, we can finally start playing the game without worrying.

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However, for us car lovers, there seem to be a few remaining bugs... Let's take a look at this now!

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15 Seconds of Chaos

This clip was posted to Reddit by u/BeanCan123, and seems to show their Rayfield Caliburn breaking the laws of physics.

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After making a small jump down into a junction, the car continues to bounce and float.

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Finally, the car makes it's way up some steps before continuing to bounce around, almost seeming to drive up a lamp post. The clip ends with the car being unceremoniously exploded by nearby sentry turret.

With most other glitches now gone form the game, we have our fingers crossed that CDPR will soon turn to the vehicles in the game.

Other glitches

We have done various pieces on existing glitches in the game, some of which have made for... an interesting gaming experience.

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VEHICLES: You have to keep your wits about you in Night City!

For example, there was that time that police cars could glitch through walls not long after release.

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This made having to run from them a scary prospect, could they glitch through any wall they want to?

Thankfully, as various updates have come our way, a number of these glitches have gone.

Cyberpunk 2077

The game itself is available fort Xbox One, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, PS5, PC and Stadia.

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RIDE IN STYLE: There are some awesome looking vehicles in Cyberpunk 2077!

That's right, you can play this title using Google's own cloud-based gaming subscription service.

With Cyberpunk 2077 now considerably more playable than when it released, we highly recommend picking it up and giving it a go!

You can even use a sim-racing wheel on it...