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CD Projekt Red Confirms What We Hoped For Cyberpunk 2077

The launch of "Cyberpunk 2077" was one of the most disastrous events in video game history. From game-breaking bugs to unfinished quests, the game was a disappointment for many. "Cyberpunk 2077's" issues affected gamers on last-generation consoles, especially, as its poor performance made the game borderline unplayable. It was so bad that CD Projekt Red was forced to offer refunds to everyone who purchased the game at launch, no questions asked.


Now, after the co-founder has personally spilled the beans on why the game was such a mess, gamers are left wondering if "Cyberpunk 2077" will ever become the game it was hyped up to be. CD Projekt Red could have cut its losses and used this as a learning experience. However, with the release of patch 1.5, the game is seeing massive improvements in performance and stability alongside a PS5 and Xbox Series X|S release. And, it seems like CD Projekt Red is far from done with "Cyberpunk 2077."

Cyberpunk 2077 isn't dead

Recently, a clip from Quest Director Pawl Sasko's Twitch surfaced on Reddit, giving fans insight into what's going on with "Cyberpunk 2077" at CD Projekt Red. In the clip, Sasko replied to a question in chat about potential expansion projects for the game. Sasko explained that he can't speak about the plans themselves but said, "I can assure you that we are working [on an] expansion, we're working [on] stuff for you guys besides that." Sasko continued, "That didn't change. We are still improving the game because we are all aware there is work to be done." This will come as a relief for "Cyberpunk 2077" fans, as many were worried about the company's priorities following the announcement of a new "Witcher" saga being developed in Unreal Engine 5.


Additionally, Sasko shared his reaction to the positive responses the game's latest patch received. "We are very happy you guys liked 1.5, and that gives us more motivation." He concluded his long-winded speech by reassuring viewers, "We are working on stuff for you. Like I'm literally daily reviewing quests, talking to people about stuff, so it is happening." Although the details about the future of "Cyberpunk 2077" are still a mystery, it's nice to know CD Projekt Red hasn't given up on "Cyberpunk 2077." And, it looks like "Cyberpunk 2077" has the potential of landing a spot next to "No Man's Sky" as one of the biggest comebacks in gaming.