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Cyberpunk 2077 is in a complete form, CD Projekt RED is now only fixing and polishing it

Cyberpunk 2077 is a game that all PC fans are looking forward to. And, from the looks of it and despite the Coronavirus outbreak, the game will meet its September release date. According to CD Projekt RED, Cyberpunk 2077 is in a complete form, with all of its main and side quests being implemented to it.

During its latest financial call, CD Projekt RED revealed some new details about its upcoming RPG. Due to the Coronavirus, the team is working on a digital strategy to replace its E3 2020 content and presentation. So yeah, expect more screenshots and videos to hit the Internet this Summer.

Moreover, the team is very comfortable with the September release date. All that is left to do is lots of small things like certification from first party, the day-zero patch and fixing/polishing. However, and most importantly, the game is in a complete form. From now and until September, CD Projekt RED will be fixing and polishing the game. In other words, the team won’t be adding new content to it.

It’s also interesting to note that the pre-orders on the PC are higher than those on consoles. As always, we are against pre-ordering a game (even if we’re talking about a game like Cyberpunk 2077). Still, this statistic is quite interesting, especially since the console gamers will receive an upgraded next-gen version/update for free.

Lastly, both internal and external testers are right now testing Cyberpunk 2077. External testers work from their homes through VPN and are double the amount from those of The Witcher 3.

In short, things are looking pretty good for Cyberpunk 2077. So, let’s hope that the game will be more polished than The Witcher 3 at launch.

Stay tuned for more!

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