Connect with us

FEATURES

Cyberpunk 2077 Studio Co-Founder Apologises for Buggy Release, Promises Updates

Published

on


It appears that the release of patches for Cyberpunk 2077 will take precedence over DLC, according to a statement of apology from CD Projekt Red co-founder Marcin Iwiński.

In a video posted by CD Projekt Red, co-founder Marcin Iwiński apologizes for the release status of Cyberpunk 2077 stating ‘I and The entire leadership team is deeply sorry for this and this video is me publicly acknowledging that. “ He continues to answer various questions about the game’s development, with a question and answer session on his website, and shares a roadmap for future updates in 2021. The full video can be viewed below:

This announcement comes almost immediately after the news that CD Projekt is being investigated by the Polish Consumer Protection Agency, UOKiK. Without a doubt, the release of this video is to help appease UOKiK, who will fine the studio up to 10% of their annual revenue if they find that they are not taking the proper steps to fix the many problems in games.

RELATED: Cyberpunk 2077 Studio CD Projekt Red under investigation by Polish authorities

So what has CD Projekt Red planned? Cyberpunk 2077 in 2021?

Cyberpunk 2077 Updates Roadmap
Credit: CD Projekt Red

The roadmap reveals that patches will now come first, with a patch to be released “in the next 10 days “ and the larger 1.1 and 1.2 patches will be released in late January and February 2021.
The free DLCs were originally planned for “early 2021 ′ but now they have moved down the priority list a few months later. Lastly, an update for next-gen consoles will be released towards the end of the year.
Without a doubt, correcting the bugs that exist on next-gen consoles has taken a legitimate priority and means that the game will be one step closer to being put back on the Sony PlayStation store.

RELATED: Sony Removes Cyberpunk 2077 From PS Store

This is the first update news for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S owners. Next-gen console players are currently running a backward-compatible version of the game for PS4 / Xbox One and there was no news of the game so far. study on next generation updates.

The team is working to bring relevant fixes to the game with no mandatory overtime. Avoiding the crisis in all our future projects is one of our main priorities.

Credit: CD Projekt Red

In questions and answers posted on its website, the studio also wanted to assure players that developers would not be forced to go through a mandatory crisis to complete the planned updates roadmap. Despite promises not to work overtime a year before the game’s release by studio co-founder Marcin Iwiński, the company quickly returned to its word. Later in the year, it was reported that employees were required to work six days a week mandatory overtime. Other emails sent to news sources by employees indicated that many in the study had been working overtime, even working through the night for more than a year prior to launch. Will the studio keep its word one more time?

For console gamers or those looking to pick up the game, it seems like it will be a few more months before they can enter an optimized Night City.

You like what you see? Don’t forget to share our work with the buttons below! Also, be sure to follow us on Twitter And check out our YouTube channel for more great content from the Gamezo team!



Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Trending