Cyberpunk 2077’s premiere last year was tricky due to technical glitches and poor performance on the base console versions, but there have been several reports recently that massive updates have rolled out, with the PC version, for example, now a distinctly fun game. Of course, that’s still the case with a sci-fi role-playing game, but the latest financial report from CD Project RED reveals that priorities will be different going forward.
red cd project Posted by Financial report for the third quarter, outlining the future schedule. The image below of the shared presentation slide shows what the trend was and will become. Through 2021, the development studio has well restored support for Cyberpunk 2077 and the size of the team working on next generation updates/releases, reallocating resources to other new projects in development, including the Cyberpunk 2077 add-on. That is, we can only be happy that this way RPG support decreases as the game state stabilizes, because this is done, for example, in favor of the add-on. Or that the CP 2077 expansion is on the right track! Spokko, shown on the slide, is a development team within Project CD, which became part of CDP in 2018, working on the AR game The Witcher: Monster Slayer.
The financial report also confirms that next-generation versions of Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3 will debut in the first and second quarters of 2022, with regular updates and content for the Gwent card game, which will be covered in the December 5 Masters Season 3 Finals, and the Monster Slayer content update. imminent. There has also been talk of expanding the Vancouver division, as well as the recently acquired US studio Molasses Flood, which is working on an entirely new project based on one of CDPR’s existing IPs.
The head of the CD project recently confirmed that thank you very much, their role is going well, the company is not for sale, and he believes Cyberpunk 2077 will perform well even in the coming years.
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