The launch of Cyberpunk 2077 was quite problematic, as you know by now, and the story behind the release of the CDPR continues to develop today, as an informant passed information to Upper Echelon Gaming last week claiming that Quantic Laba CDPR QA study, was among the causes of the disastrous problems at the launch of the game.
In the 72-page document that was sent, the whistleblower pointed out that Quantic Lab would have lied about the age and size of the team and that a “ceiling” of bug reports, with no priority criteria, would have meant that they were Solved thousands of minor problems, taking time away from the most important ones still in the game.
Now, the CEO of Quantic Lab, Stefan Seicarescugave a reply to Forbes:
“Regarding the article published in Forbes on June 26, Quantic Lab would like to clarify the following:”
“The video posted on social media, as mentioned in your article, begins with erroneous claims about Quantic Lab’s history. There appears to be a lack of understanding of a game’s testing process prior to its market launch.. ”
“Quantic Lab was founded in 2006 with a team of twelve, fully focused on Quality Assurance, and has since grown to become a leading QA company with over 60 active customers and more than 400 employees across 3 locations in Romania. . Quantic Lab supports more than 200 projects per year from several leading global publishers and continues to maintain an approach that puts quality first in all the work we undertake. ”
“All agreements with our clients are confidential, but in general global publishers work with several QA outsourcing companies, not depending solely on one. The project management is agreed and adapted accordingly according to the requirements in real time with our clients. ”
“Quantic Lab always strives to work with transparency and integrity with our industrial partners.”
Another Twitter user thread LegacyKillaHD points out that CDPR management is more to blame than Quantic Lab. The user also claimed to have talked to some CD Projekt Red sources about it.
Overall, the thread denotes that the end result falls on the management anyway, and states something similar to Quantic Lab’s statement (in that the QA tests are performed by multiple groups rather than just one). While Quantic Lab is not without fault, the root cause of Cyberpunk’s troubled launch is to be found in CDPR’s management, which decided to launch the title despite not being in perfect condition.
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