In a recent interview with Polish media outlet Rzeczpospolita, CD Projekt CEO Adam Kiciński shared some news about the studio’s new plans for 2022 and the legacy of Cyberpunk 2077. According to the CEO of the company, despite the stormy launch (remember the studio continues to improve and fix the game a year later) the title will be remember as a good game over time and that they have succeeded in building a “brand awareness” around the license:
“Cyberpunk 2077 is the biggest, most ambitious and most complicated project in our 27-year history,” said the CEO. “In almost every aspect we’ve tried to take it a step further, as we’ve done with every The Witcher game we’ve released.”
“We are proud of many aspects of the game, but as we know not everything turned out the way we would like it to. However, the awareness of the Cyberpunk brand that we have managed to develop is enormous, and the universe of the game. game, its characters and details have fans all over the world, ”assures Kiciński.
In CD Projekt, it seems they continue to trust the power wash Cyberpunk 2077 image with hard work: “We think Cyberpunk 2077 will be seen as a very good game in the long term and like our other releases it will be sold for years to come. Continuously working on updates and a release for the next generation of consoles. ”
Cyberpunk 2077’s plans for 2022
Kiciński also gave details of the next generation of Cyberpunk 2077, which he ensures will be launched in the first quarter of 2022, at the same time as the patch 1.5, which should be in charge of news. Remember that the last significant update of the game, 1.31 arrived last September, adding improvements to the interface, and all kinds of fixes in missions and in the open world.