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Since its launch at the end of last year, CD Projekt Red have been working on getting the game back up to scratch following the troubled release that was riddled with so many bugs and performance issues. After announcing that performance is now at a satisfying level, it seems like Cyberpunk 2077 will soon be getting its biggest update yet.
The troubled launch of CD Projekt Red’s latest release last year was notorious, especially for console players. In the time since then, CDPR have released multiple patches and updates in order to improve the performance and stability of the game, and now the developers feel it’s at a good enough level to start working on other issues.
CD Projekt Red’s latest Action Adventure had a very divisive launch year. On PC it was rough, but not too bad, but console players (especially those on last-gen) had a really bad time with performance and stability issues. So much so that Sony removed Cyberpunk 2077 from the PlayStation Store and even offered full refunds.
CD projekt Red’s latest video game release had a bit of a troubled launch last year. After 3 major delays it was finally released in December to some divisive reception. But however you feel about the launch of Cyberpunk last year, a recent leak showcases a Pre-Alpha gameplay build from 2013 with a very different look.
Back in February this year CD Projekt Red announced they had been the victim of a cyber attack that saw countless documents and game data stolen and threatened to be leaked online. Part of that data was the source code for various IPs from CDPR, and it now looks to have been leaked online.
CD Projekt Red’s highly anticipated cyberpunk action adventure game was met with mixed success late last year. Although the game sold incredibly well and broke PC records, the actual performance of the game was a very different story. Since then CD Projekt Red have now once again reaffirmed their commitment to making it just as players expected it to be.
Following on from the game’s troubled launch, and new changes in CD Projekt Red’s development and marketing strategies, the recent action-adventure game Cyberpunk 2077 now has a new Game Director so that the previous Game Director can focus more on their other role.
CD Projekt Red had a pretty tough time with the launch of their recent Cyberpunk RPG last December, and rightly so considering the game was clearly rushed out the door before completion. Nearly half a year down the line and we’re still expecting new patches and updates to the game.
CD Projekt Red has just released their latest annual financial report, revealing all the juicy numbers for investors alike including the total number of sales, revenue, etc. As if it would come as a surprise to anybody though, despite the rocky launch of Cyberpunk 2077 last year 2020 was a record year for CDPR.
CD Projekt Red recently posted some of their projected earnings for investors for the financial year of 2020. The full results will come on April 22nd, but what they’ve revealed so far is an astonishing amount of revenue that trumps the studio’s critically acclaimed release of The Witcher 3 in 2015.
Cyberpunk 2077 may not have had the most glorious launch last year when it released in a rough state for most users, particularly console players. But after multiple updates including the massive Patch 1.2 that saw over 500 fixes to the game, the looming prospect of free DLC and paid expansions are a little exciting still. Now a dataminer has discovered files within the game that hint at some upcoming unreleased DLC.