Cyberpunk 2077 will take advantage of future and more powerful hardware, will not feature microtransactions

During its fiscal year 2017 financial presentation, CD Projekt RED’s president Adam Kicinski, shared some new interesting details about Cyberpunk 2077. According to Kicinski, the tech that is powering Cyberpunk 2077 is very advanced and will take advantage of future, more powerful hardware.

Our guess is that Kicinski is referring to next-gen consoles (PS5 and Xbox Two) as there were rumours that Cyberpunk 2077 would be a cross-gen title. Still, we can hope that CD Projekt RED will also push the PC graphics cards to their limits.

Kicinski reconfirmed that the development team aims to deliver a huge story-driven single-player role-playing game that will not feature any microtransactions or hidden payments.

Kicinski also confirmed that in Cyberpunk 2077, players will be able to create their characters and choose among various classes. Kicinski also hinted that the team may add multiplayer support after its release. In other words, the team is currently focused on the game’s single-player mode and there are no official plans – at least for now – for a multiplayer mode.

Last but not least, Kicinski said that CD Projekt RED will reveal what it will be showing at E3 2018 right before the event, so stay tuned for more!

[EN] CD PROJEKT Group - FY2017 financial results conference webcast

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