CD Projekt Red Is Ready To Abandon Cyberpunk 2077.


The last major update is out

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CD Projekt Red is moving away from Cyberpunk 2077 onto greener pastures! They recently released patch 2.0 for the game and our sources claim that this will be the last major patch the game will receive in the future. Will this mean the end of the game? Or does this mean that it’s finally time for the modders to take control and lead the way for Cyberpunk 2077?

CD Projekt Red brings Cyberpunk 2077 back to its full glory.

After almost a decade of development, Cyberpunk 2077 got its first initial release a few years back. However, the game didn’t sit well with its fans as it was still riddled with game-breaking bugs. The game was broken to the point where CD Projekt Red was giving away refunds for the game in order to save face. However, after almost three years, the game has finally reached that point where it’s “good to go”.

The Phantom Liberty expansion for Cyberpunk 2077 came out recently and with it came a whole lot of changes that left the Cyberpunk 2077 community buzzing with excitement. The expansion brought new districts, mechanisms, a relic tree, and even an increase in the level cap.

The new update has finally managed to bring back players to Midnight City and the Steam play counts are crawling back up again. In addition to the expansion, CD Projekt Red is also releasing patch 2.01 which will again fix some of the more pressing issues that players are facing, which includes performance drops and more.

But here’s the catch!

Gabe Amatangelo, the game director of CD Projekt Red has claimed that the developer is done creating and releasing any major patches and launches for the game! This was stated by him in person as he was being interviewed by PC Gamer. According to Gabe, CD Projekt Red will now be focusing on the sequel of Cyberpunk 2077. The new title will be codenamed Project Orion and all the details will be released in due time.

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We did know that CD Projekt Red was working on a new title a while back, but it’s the first time that a member of the development team confirmed that they will be dropping Cyberpunk 2077 in the process. A major part of the development team and studio will be relocating to Boston to work on the upcoming RPG and only time will tell what will happen to Cyberpunk 2077. However, Gabe did emphasize during the interview that the developer will still actively release mini-patches and bug fixes, which is good enough for most!

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