Cyberpunk 2077, World of Warcraft Shadowlands and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla – play this weekend

Despite its technical problems, several of us have been sucked in by Cyberpunk 2077, but there are those who have taken strength from themselves and prefer to wait.

With the exception of a few late arrivals, essentially everything has come out that could be a little interesting from the 2020 gaming offerings, so then who, depending on their temperament, dives into some experience, short or exhausting, PC or console, new generation or catwalk, buggy or polished.

HP “Cyberpunk 2077 is also on the table, but I don’t feel so ready and complete yet that I dare to give myself over to it, just as Witcher 3 only grew over time to its own great size technically. In the meantime, Yes, Your Grace is spinning, which is already very annoying, but I love it. It’s hard to be king, na.

Paca “I’m not going to touch Cyberpunk 2077 yet, I have some lag anyway.” I’ll start with Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, for example, I bought it with the Series X a month ago, but I’m not going anywhere with it yet, and I’m finishing up a beautiful little stealth game called El Hijo.

Chicken “I guess I’m not taking a big surprise by setting aside the search for the last hidden treasures of the four English kingdoms and spinning Cyberpunk 2077 instead of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla this weekend. Maybe it would be worth the wait for the next-gen version to arrive in 2021, because for now, the game doesn’t look overwhelming on Xbox Series X either, but I hope the story will make up for the shabby look.

Szabi – I don’t dare start Cyberpunk 2077 yet due to a lot of bugs, so I’m waiting for CD Project Red to polish up a bit more on the adventure. So I’d rather continue to liquidate private armies in Angola with the good old Big Boss in MGS V, and I’ll also try to move forward in Bloodborne so I don’t get out of the routine.

Kiwi “Unfortunately, I have less free time this weekend than I would have liked, but I’m definitely going to spend it on Cyberpunk 2077. I’ve been really looking forward to the game in recent weeks, and I’ve managed to spend a few hours in the last few days, but of course there’s still plenty to explore in Night City.

Szada – Thanks to Game Pass, I also played Wasteland 3 and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order in a short time, but now I’m a little putting aside Microsoft’s service (although A Plague Tale: Innocence and Gears of War are also very inviting) and skipping To PlayStation 4 to test my gangster strategy, Empire of Sint, which I’ve heard is too ambitious to crack into. We’ll see if that’s true, especially since fixes have been added to it since then.

Tonight “It’s no question that the long-awaited Cyberpunk 2077 will spin for me too.” Unfortunately, I have managed to run into some of the faults in the last few hours, but the atmosphere and the story have convinced me so much that I still stick to the game nonetheless. It’s worth recalling that Witcher 3 wasn’t at the height of the situation either when it was released, but it was also managed to recover, hopefully this time the team won’t leave the game alone either.

Gucs “I didn’t return to World of Warcraft so long ago because I was wondering what the Shadowlands add-on was like, and surely Blizzard’s game managed to suck in again. Probably WoW will spin the most over the weekend as well.

Chava “I cut into Cyberpunk 2077 for the second time, but this time, already at my own pace, I systematically walk around the districts of Night City and slam into every opportunity to gain chips, prestige, or experience. I don’t want to miss any missions and tasks, no matter how insignificant.

What are you playing this weekend?