Thanks to a user on Twitter, the Cyberpunk 2077 themed excuse generator, the controversial title of CD Projekt Red, is now available.
Over the past few months, the format used on social media by CD Projekt Red for announcements relating to the development of Cyberpunk 2077 has become extremely popular among all those who follow the company on its social media accounts or who, in one way or other, they witnessed the long trail of postponements that anticipated the game’s launch.
Specifically, the black text on a yellow background that gamers are all too familiar with due to the frequency with which they have seen it this year has become a real phenomenon on the web, and many users have started creating their own fakes.
And that’s precisely why a Twitter user named “Foone” has created a real dedicated excuse generator for Cyberpunk 2077 that does much of the heavy lifting in terms of formatting, allowing users to create their own apology messages using the now-iconic “yellow background” by CD Projekt Red.
OK I made a cyberpunk apology generator. It's a hacked up death generator designed to make an image that looks like cd project red is apologizing… I thought I'd hack this together real quick while the meme is ongoing.
— foone (@Foone) December 19, 2020
In fact, simply by writing the desired message in the text box, the generator will automatically format the message into a statement of apology in full Cyberpunk 2077 style. Then it will be simply necessary to save the photo and use it, thus expanding the already vast number of comic images, messages and videos that have accompanied the game even before its official market launch.
Given the still too unstable conditions of the game, especially as regards the version dedicated to the consoles of the last generation PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Cyberpunk 2077 continues to be the center of attention due to the users who, dissatisfied with the result achieved after years of wait, led to the current refund debacle and, more importantly, another apology from CD Projekt Red.
It must be said that, despite the conditions of the title at the moment, there are many players who, satisfied, continue to explore the evocative streets of Night City. Cyberpunk 2077, in fact, has sold 13 million copies despite all the refund requests that CD Projekt Red and other retailers are receiving. This won’t stop users from creating memes around the title, especially now that it’s easier than ever.