Cyberpunk 2077: after 3 and a half years from launch, development is finally concluded

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Cyberpunk 2077: after 3 and a half years from launch development is finally concluded,

CD Projekt RED has officially confirmed that the development of Cyberpunk 2077 is finally concluded, after three and a half years from the launch, the expansion and all the updates published.

It’s been a very long journey, lasting both before and after launch, but development on Cyberpunk 2077 is finally officially over , according to what CD Projekt RED reported during its recent financial conference with shareholders.

Cyberpunk 2077 was also an exciting story, and the particular thing is that it was perhaps more so in the period after launch than before, in the end, which doesn’t often happen when it comes to video games.

In any case, at this point the work on the game is officially concluded, as reported by CD Projekt RED during its conference, in which it confirmed that the new contents are concluded after the release of the Phantom Liberty expansion and that the developers are all moved on to other projects.

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It seemed destined to be a paradigm of the victims of hype: after a long and spasmodic wait, Cyberpunk 2077 was released in 2020 in practically pitiful technical conditions, as far as consoles are concerned.

It could have been an epic failure for CD Projekt RED, but the Polish company decided to roll up its sleeves and try to resolve the situation.

With a trajectory similar to that seen for No Man’s Sky , the game was improved and corrected over a long period of time which then culminated with the launch of Phantom Liberty and update 2.0 which effectively fixed practically all the problems found , relaunching the title in a big way both among users and critics.

In recent months, a small group of fewer than 20 developers were still assigned to work on Cyberpunk 2077, mostly for support and control updates, but as of April 30, that group appears to have been whittled down to zero, with all developers assigned to new projects .

As we can see, the vast majority of the team is now busy on the Polaris project , or The Witcher 4 (which probably won’t be called that as it is a new narrative arc) while others are on Orion (the sequel to Cyberpunk 2077), Sirius and Hadar , waiting to know more about these new titles hidden under code names.

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