Poor old one Cyberpunk 2077. Is a phrase that I never thought I would ever think. But here we are, just a couple of weeks before the first year of sales (!), And I’m getting strange stitches. Gosh, it’s pretty popular on Steam today.
Float in the top half of Steam’s top 10 Bestseller, CD Projekt’s ailing game seems to be finding new love with its current half-price sale. Except for $ 30 instead of the incredibly optimistic $ 60 that has been kept ridiculous for almost 12 months, people are jumping for it to get it. And guess what, really fair enough. Since the game had literally received thousands of bug fixes at this point, stains
On the console, that’s a whole different thing. In a year, in the CD project get hacked, their source code stolen and auctioned online, they tried bury the severity of this hack under the noise of E3 while they too Sale of Sony discontinued for six months and with the extent of the crunch their developers were made very visible under. What might have been better if the promised “next-gen” versions of the game for PS5 and XBS had appeared as promised. Which of course they didn’t. And still not
But today – today is a good day for you. As VCG reported, CDP President Adam Kiciński got dizzy and told the Polish newspaper republic, “We believe Cyberpunk 2077 will be perceived as a very good game in the long run and, like our other titles, will sell for years. “
In the meantime, Cyberpunk‘s Quest Director, Paweł Saxony, rushed to twitter with childlike delight to see how the game doesn’t get terrible reviews on Steam. In fact, boosted by current sales, the game is “very positive”.
Noting that these reviews have come in in the past few days, Sasko adds, “You can’t imagine what it means to me.” Sniff.
Forbes caught the game at the top of Steam’s list earlier, despite being overtaken by, uh, at the time of this writing Farming Simulator 22.
At some point someone will pat them on the back reminding them that at some point they have to get the game working for consoles and the sadness will all return. But let’s have this one.