Anita Sarkeesian wants CD Projekt RED to hire her as a consultant for Cyberpunk 2077.

Despite promising to be a fantastic experience with “next level” gameplay and an overwhelming amount of freedom, Cyberpunk 2077 has come under heavy scrutiny because of a thematically relevant and purposeful “mix it up” advert starring a transgender person. This fiasco has since prompted the gaming industry’s “wicked witch of the west”, Anita Sarkeesian, asking to be a consultant.

Cyberpunk 2077 saved E3 2019 from being a complete waste of time with the incredible reveal of Keanu Reeves, but since then the upcoming title has been bombarded with criticism over its “deeply transphobic” advert.

Feminist Frequency’s Anita Sarkeesian has attempted to use this controversy to slide back into relevance and the gaming industry, and her getting her hands on Cyberpunk 2077 would most likely kill CD Projekt RED.

Anita Sarkeesian wants to work on Cyberpunk 2077! This would kill CD Projekt RED

Following the whole Cyberpunk 2077 transgender fiasco, Anita Sarkeesian has attempted to find her way back into the gaming industry by asking to be a “consultant” on the game.

According to Sarkeesian herself, this would spare developer CD Projekt RED from being dragged by the internet for even more sexist representations.

Sarkeesian then proceeded to tell every video game designer that they should hire her as a consultant so she can help them make great games that appeal to a broader audience without offending entire market segments.

As you’d expect, the gaming community wasn’t having any of Sarkessian’s nonsense. Some people pointed out that Sarkeesian ruined BioWare by being involved with the horrendously bad Mass Effect: Andromeda, meanwhile others rightfully noted that the only consultant Cyberpunk 2077 requires is the bloke it already has: Cyberpunk 2020 creator, Mike Pondsmith.

Certain individuals pointed out that Anita “and her ilk” are not the whole of the internet, while another person accused the infamous media critic of “attempting to extort money through use of social influence.”

Lastly, the majority of responses were unanimous in declaring that she would ruin the game and turn it from a must buy to a must avoid.

CD Projekt RED hasn’t responded to Sarkeesian’s request, and it’s unlikely they ever will so the entire gaming community needn’t threat about her jeopardising the Polish developer’s work.

Cyberpunk 2077 launches April 16 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC, and its pre-order sales are already way higher than The Witcher 3‘s.