Cyberpunk 2077 – from a fiasco to a hit
Recent weeks have seen large numbers of players return to Cyberpunk 2077 again after it was criticized for numerous bugs and performance issues, especially on older consoles.
It’s helped a series of patches and tuning since December 2020 that include improving the mega-city in which it’s set, and the latest update brings a bunch of fixes to issues facing the game on Xbox and PlayStation platforms.
Cyberpunk 2077 has the highest number of players since its launch
CD Projekt Red has confirmed that Cyberpunk 2077 has had one million active players every day for four weeks. CDPR studio celebrated the news with a tweet And a new GIF and the players shape on their presence.
The huge positive response to the animated series Cyberpunk Edgerunners also boosted the game’s image, which along with some steep discounts, drove sales up dramatically.
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While fans are waiting for the anime to get a second season, studio CDPR confirms that there are currently no plans to release a second season of the anime.
CD Projekt has big plans for the future of Cyberpunk 2077, as a sequel is being officially developed under the codename Project Orion with powerful capabilities from the Cyberpunk universe. Development has been moved from Poland to a new studio in the United States, and the core Cyberpunk 2077 development team will relocate to Boston to work on the sequel.
In addition to Cyberpunk, developer CD Projekt has also announced a new Witcher trilogy and a new IP is being worked on, as part of a plan to focus on several AAA game projects.
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