Cyberpunk 2077’s Major Update Coming Soon

Continuing Cyberpunk 2077’s disastrous launch, CD Projekt Red has announced that it’s going to release the first update within the upcoming 10 days, including major and more significant updates. A Cyberpunk 2077 related video was delivered today, and in this video, Marcin Iwinski, co-founder, gave a mea culpa to players and added that for the game’s faulty release, the board members, including him, are the final decision-makers.

Iwinski said, that please, don’t blame any of our groups for what occurred.
On December 10th, 2020, Cyberpunk 2077 was launched with prompt issues. Mostly critics, console players, especially those playing on the older generations, praised the game’s PC launch that further ran into frame rate issues, widespread bug, and more.

Iwinski said that there were great reviews on PC, the Cyberpunk 2077’s console version did not fulfill the quality standard that they wanted it to be; he and the whole initiative group are deeply sorry for this. Iwinski highlighted the enormous scope of the game and the developer’s grave underestimations of what quality will be required to match vision to reality, as well as the troubles of working from home because of COVID. He said that they truly accepted they would release in the last days.

Sony pulled Cyberpunk from the PlayStation Store one week after the game was released and started offering refunds. Over the disastrous launch, an investor sued CD Projekt Red, and you can now purchase the game’s PC version for half-off.

On its official site, CD Projekt Red outlined concerns in an FAQ. In reflection to the quality gap between the older-generation consoles and PC version of the game, the developer said that it built the work harder for themselves with the first need of making the game look epic on PCs and then working on how it’ll adjust its left to consoles — especially if the console is old-gens. The developer added that was their center assumption, and things didn’t look excessively troublesome in starting; while they realized the ultimately hardware gap, time proved that they’d underestimated the task.

Going ahead, CD Projekt Red says that it is focused on fixing crashes and bugs and will proceed to work and enhance the game through future updates to ensure users are enjoying the game paying rather than the platform.

Concerning the game’s return to digital storefronts, the developer says that it is trying to fixes and working on updates and are working with Sony so that Cyberpunk 2077 would be taken back to PlayStation Store soon.