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Cyberpunk 2077's V Clearly Doesn't Know How Pants Work

At this point, modesty is out the window when playing Cyberpunk 2077. The trouser problem — in which the player character's private parts may clip through their pants — was just the beginning. There are other wardrobe malfunctions at work.

Cyberpunk 2077's V does not like pants, and Twitter has made this fact well known. V, the protagonist of the game, will suddenly lose their pants while driving. Specifically, players have noted that T-posing while driving in third-person will result in a loss of bottoms. That's right — driving and T-posing is the recipe for a full moon. That isn't all, either. The glitch goes full throttle (no pun intended) if a player attempts to T-pose while on a motorcycle. In those circumstances, V risks it all and becomes fully nude.

The T-pose has become somewhat of a meme. 2011 was the rise of planking, and then 2015 saw the rise of the dab, but did you know that in 2018 there was a T-pose craze? That's right — T-posing was a meme way before Cyberpunk 2077 was ever released. The T-pose is specifically funny in gaming because it is how most 3D animation models are situated during their process of creation. Maybe Cyberpunk 2077 will bring forth the rebirth of the T-pose meme.

Players do not seem to mind the glitch too much. The pantless glitch has caught wind throughout the community, but there hasn't been very much backlash surrounding it. These small glitches are funny to most, and in fact, they pale in comparison to the issues surrounding the game's optimization on last-gen consoles. Some Twitter users are even enjoying the bug. One Twitter user stated, "Here's @CohhCarnage naked T-posed while riding a bike. If these are the bugs, well, I'm not even mad. #Cyberpunk 2077."

Cyberpunk 2077's developer, CD Projekt Red, set to social to issue a formal apology about the game and its number of issues. A portion of the Twitter post reads, "Second, we will fix bugs and crashes, and improve the overall experience. The first round of updates has just been released and the next is coming within the next 7 days." There is no obvious mention that the team will be focusing on the T-pose and the incessant amount of nudity, but CD Projekt Red seems to be doing the best it can do to iron out the bugs as quickly as possible.

Cyberpunk 2077 is out now.