IMO, your experience with Cyberpunk will vary depending on your hardware and your expectations. It's buggy in an "unpolished" way moreso than in a flat-out broken way. It's playable beginning to end using a lot of different builds and approaches and nearly all mission bugs are fixed by going to a save prior to the mission. Even Bethesda can't claim that. Bethesda's worlds tend to be more polished and less eyeroll-worthy, but the bugs are typically more severe, too. At least for the first 6 months.
Hardware-wise, I found that the visuals don't necessarily reflect the hardware needed to achieve them. That's not even counting ray tracing, which looks impressive, but basically requires the highest-end possible hardware. That is unless you're cool with FPS in the 30's or lots of random bogdowns. Even with good hardware you're going to need to use one of the more aggressive DLSS modes. If you're on a system from 2-3 years ago the game doesn't look that great.
no one is saying that it's broken or unplayable...that's an exaggeration...unpolished, unfinished, buggy etc whatever adjectives you want to use but the game in its original state was not up to the standards of a AAA release from a AAA developer
lots of games are buggy on release but not to the extent of CP2077