In the long term, Cyberpunk 2077 will be considered a very good game, the head of CD Projekt is sure

The president CD Projekt Adam Kiczynski (Adam Kiciński) was interviewed by, the Polish economic publication. The first thing to do with Kichinsky asked how he rates Cyberpunk 2077 almost a year after a high-profile release and an equally high-profile scandal related to the technical state of the game.

Cyberpunk 2077 Is the largest, most ambitious and by far the most difficult project in our 27-year history. We tried to step further in every aspect, just like we did with each new one. “The Witcher”


We are proud of many aspects Cyberpunk 2077but obviously not everything went according to our plan. Nevertheless, we managed to build a huge brand awareness Cyberpunk… Its universe, characters and features have drawn fans all over the world. We believe that in the long term Cyberpunk 2077 will start to be considered a very good game and, just like our other games, it will sell well for years. Especially when the hardware gets better, and we make changes to the game, including on the current generation consoles.

Of course, the release taught us a lot. He kicked us and encouraged us to make changes that will make us work better in the future.

Adam Kiczynski

Among what else I mentioned Kichinsky:

  • Right now in CD Projekt employs about 1,200 people. Of these, about 660 work in the division CD Projekt RED… Around a third of those 660 are patching and nextgen Cyberpunk 2077… Every month the team of the first expansion to the game grows. The rest of the state is engaged “GWENTOM” and other projects.

  • CD Projekt is not going to be sold. The company remains independent and does not seek strategic investors. At the same time CD Projekt I do not mind buying additional studios, although there is nothing to talk about at the moment.

  • Problem Start Lawsuits Cyberpunk 2077are still going on. In August CD Projekt filed a motion to dismiss the claims, but due to the nature of the judicial system, this story has no ending yet.

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