“We’re in a situation which wasn’t planned”.
Prior to Cyberpunk 2077 launching and subsequently crashing and burning, CD Projekt RED was talking a big game about free DLC drops and even an upcoming multiplayer mode. Of course, now the Polish studio is going to have to helm a rescue mission, as it tries to get the title into a playable state on a standard PlayStation 4.
And speaking as part of an emergency board meeting, president Adam Kiciński admitted that it’s “too early to judge” what’s going to happen to its post-release plans. “We don’t know yet,” he admitted, referring to the promised add-on packs and competitive multiplayer mode. “We are now focused on improving Cyberpunk and will discuss it early next year.”
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