CD Projekt RED on Cyberpunk 2077: “you get what you pay for – no bullshit, just honest gaming”

Man, lots of CD Projekt RED news today, right? A few days ago, in an interview with Polish investment site Strefa Inwestorow, Kicinski revealed that Cyberpunk 2077 will feature a certain online element. Naturally, and given what is currently going on with all triple-A games, a lot of fans got worried. And it appears that this controversy forced CD Projekt RED to respond via its Twitter account.

As CD Projekt RED claimed, Cyberpunk 2077 will be a huge single player, open world, story-driven RPG. This obviously does not mean that the game won’t feature any online mode. However, CDPR insisted that it won’t feature any microtransactions and that there won’t be any hidden catches or any bullshit. Players will get what they pay for, and they can expect an experience similar to the one in The Witcher 3.

Earlier today, we reported about some new information regarding Cyberpunk 2077. According to the company’s CEO, its game engine is up and running. Moreover, the game has closed an important stage of production.

It’s worth noting that last month, the company was, once again, forced to issue a public statement about the game’s progress. After some rumours suggesting that the game was under development hell, CD Projekt RED stated that the game was progressing as planned. CD Projekt RED admitted that there have been some departures, however those departures were not endangering its projects.

CD Projekt RED will not announce the release date of Cyberpunk 2077. We also don’t know whether it will appear at next month’s “The Video Games Awards” event. From the looks of it, the game won’t be coming out any time soon. Still, CD Projekt RED appears to be happy with its development, so here is hoping that the Polish company will deliver on its promises.

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