Cyberpunk 2077 has been a highly complex launch in history. And now, its senior lead quest designer has revealed a similar account.
The highly-hyped game launched last December.
‘Cyberpunk 2077’: A mess of a release?
During a recent streaming session, Pawel Sasko shared multiple things regarding the CDPR title.
“I saw certain people asking: ‘What happened?'” he says in his streaming video.
“What happened is that we have created a new IP, and we have tried to learn as much as possible. Our goals were super ambitious. I don’t think players or journalists have fully understood how difficult it has been to make this game.”
It implies that the developers intended to make and learn lots of things while working on Cyberpunk 2077. Because the game was tough to make, considering its complexities.
“I don’t mean that you should give us more credit for it. You should demand a fully functional and well-made game; you are in your right”, he adds.
He also said that they did everything they could on all fronts. While they succeeded in some, they are yet to improve in others.
CP77, since its reveal, has received all kinds of bad reactions. There’s a simple reason for that.
It didn’t run as expected at all when it came out for next-gen consoles in December 2020. As a result of that, players demanded refunds, which they received due to massive outrage.
However, now CD Projekt Red is working on making it how it should have added essential updates.
There are many patches scheduled to arrive in the coming months for enhancing the overall gameplay.
New video games are coming soon!
While some gamers are still complaining about the CDPR title, others are already set for trying out new launches.
Speaking of fresh, then there are lots of heavyweights coming soon.
But that’s not it!
Kena: Bridge of Spirits, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, Stray, GhostWire: Tokyo, and New World are other crucial arrivals.
Back to Cyberpunk 2077, it’s now available for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Google Stadia. PS5 and Xbox Series X|S versions will release in the second half of 2021.
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