Separate names with a comma.
...could you elaborate?
https://www.pcgamesn.com/cyberpunk-2077/punk this article is pretty good
Plus CDPR has had pretty terrible workplace practice - which is not very punk
https://www.polygon.com/reviews/22158019/cyberpunk-2077-review-cd-projekt-red-pc-ps4-xbox-one-stadia here's another good one
https://twitter.com/wouldhaus/status/1338413268516306945 and this thread
Cyberpunk relies on a lot of Cyberpunk aesthetics without actually being punk basically
"has had pretty terrible workplace practice - which is not very punk"
A) have they really?
B) Plenty of punks seem to have died as a result of workplace expectations -- sex, drinking, drugs and fighting is generally not the healthiest activity combo.
In regards to point A, yes. You can find ample evidence.
In regards to point B, I suppose I should have specified. By terrible workplace practice, I mean that CDPR has mistreated its employees, which you can find a lot of evidence for, and this is obviously antithetical to punk. There is definitely terrible workplace practice in the punk music scene, but it's clearly not this sort of exploitation.
I saw a few random hit pieces but most of the "terrible workplace" stuff was "new project (which is most income for such companies) needed some overtime so we paid them for it". Hardly the crazy stuff we see elsewhere, most of which I usually dismiss as "can't stand the heat then get out of the kitchen"/"there is a reason I don't work in the game industry".