But will there be any drawbacks?
CD Projekt Red is still trying to release the next versions of Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3 in 2021 - or the developer hopes.
As the CDDP Group for the CDPR project held its H1 2021 fundraising drive with investors this week, it has continued to support Cyberpunk. The company's public report shows a number of patches and additions added to the game since its launch, improved operating system performance, and the recent re-adding of Cyberpunk to the PlayStation Store after Sony removed the title from digital displays in December. Give. According to the report, the increased experience that fans have gained is slowly advancing.
During the relaunch, co-CEO Adam Kitchinsky stressed that continued improvements in Cyberpunk will be "as long as the company's top priority." take time. (He also noted that despite the many problems, it was the leading game in CDPR revenue in the first half of 2021.)
Moving to the next generation?
Guarantee failed that generation The upcoming Cyberpunk and The Witcher 3 will be fully available this year, with the goal being only late 2021. The public report offers little background to Cyberpunk employees, who instead have more than a third of their current employees in the same yellow bar, says these employees are working on a patch. Bugs of the current version and development of the next generation version, however, in this report there is a percentage of the cost of each project or the number of employees on these projects working, it makes no difference.
This call confirmed the current situation: Number of existing employees Who support Cyberpunk reforms is declining every month, which may indicate a gradual increase in the number of employees. It is not known at this time what he will do after leaving the job. Overall Cyberpunk's N increases by more than half.Advertising < img alt = "The slide of the CD Projekt revenue report for the first half of 2021 shows the number of employees Currently working on the issue of Cyberpunk 2077 and the evolution of the next generation port will be more than halved. Total company staff until the game's target release in late 2021. "src="https://safirsoft.com/picsbody/2109/9954-1.jpg"alt="https://safirsoft.com Next Generation Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3 are still on the way in 2021... CDPR believes that "srcset=" https://cdn. Arstechnica.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/cdpr.png 2x "> Zoom in / Zoom out Slides from CD Projekt's revenue report for the first half of 2021 show the number of current employees working to fix the current version of Cyberpunk 2077 and develop the next version The -gen port will be increased to more than half of the company's total staff with the game's target release in late 2021. Unlike Cyberpunk, The Witcher 3 is mostly developed away from home by Saber Interactive.This means that CD Projekt can't say for sure that the Witcher release 3 won't end until 2022. Saber has previously partnered with CDPR to bring the game to the Switch, the latest among many improved RPG ports.The Witcher 3 on Switch.
While it has certainly improved since its November launch, That Cyberpunk is still a mess. Subreddit players usually share videos of the player character (aka V) and other characters falling victim to random animations and physics bugs, cars spawning from the sky or stuck in geometry, and rides pushing Players If you want to call a large number at once, you will explode. A NPC clone bug has plagued the game since its inception, and the introduction of patch 1.3 in August seems to have made these bugs worse for whatever reason. The latest update calls for a number of long-term features, such as an improved mini-map, more storage slots in the new car, some cosmetics for Johnny Silverhand and the V, which are the first promised free DLC drops. However, CDPR still has a long way to go before the game is deemed "finished" - longtime Witcher fans may remember that it took the developer years to solve all of the Witcher 3's tricks. Meanwhile, Cyberpunk fans seem to be enjoying a seemingly endless series of problems. End.
Next Generation Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3 Still Coming in 2021...CDPR Thinks