This year, developers will definitely not give up on the framework.
In December, it will be the year since Cyberpunk 2077 was released. And while the game is in much better condition than when it was released, this condition cannot be called perfect. Despite the developers’ efforts, they failed to provide regular updates to the game, and eventually only a few portions of content emerged from the massive amount of free downloadable content.
So it could be argued that for CD Project RED it couldn’t be worse than 2021 and the failure peaked recently, when the studio announced that next-generation original game ports for Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5 wouldn’t come until 2022. but that is not all.
The studio today updated its calendar for Cyberpunk 2077 and it appears that all patches, other improvements, and DLC content have been pushed back until 2022. During the final months of 2021, the studio planned for “several updates, improvements, and downloadable content,” but these clearly won’t come this year.
On the other hand, we prefer that these updates and DLC bring the expected quality, and whether we have to wait a month, two or three, it probably doesn’t matter.
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