CDPR written in a tweet that it “is working on adding a separate warning to the game.” The development team is also studying a permanent solution that they will implement “as soon as possible”. Hopefully this will include a way to turn off the strobe effects.
There are several parts of the game that feature fast flashing lights, including the main “braindance” function, through which the characters relive certain experiences. In its important public service announcement on Cyberpunk 2077 ‘s epileptic triggers, Game InformantLiana Ruppert noted that the main character V is given a helmet that “fits both eyes and features a quick attack of flashing white and red LEDs, much like the device neurologists use in real life to trigger a seizure when ‘they need to trigger one. for diagnostic purposes. “
Ruppert said such a streak led her to having “a bad fit”. She advised photosensitive players to look away or close their eyes whenever a helmet is inserted. Unfortunately, Cyberpunk 2077 does not have an audio description option to guide players through these sequences if they are not looking at the screen.