Cyberpunk Is Bigger And Better Than Witcher 3


During CD Projekt Red’s meeting, the management was not afraid to express the share of joy regarding the upcoming Cyberpunk 2077 game. The developers have already excelled in developing a game that has pure amazing quality with great game size, yes I am talking about the one and only The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. However, the studio has confirmed that they have a new project called Cyberpunk 2077 that will be their biggest game development, bigger than the highly anticipated The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

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To make something that is already great in terms of quality requires a lot of hard work, dedication and finally lot of brilliant minds. The studio has announced that there is large number of people involved in this project as it is necessary to provide the best gameplay to our beloved user that would be us. However, studio head Adam Badowski said the game is still long way to be launched as they need lot of work to do in the project. We first got the glimpse of the game back in 2012, when the trailer was launched; it was honestly a fresh installment of originality. Since then company has kept each and every detail of this game under the dark. Don’t play with our feelings guys! Furthermore to ache our hearts recent update from CD Projekt Red provides us the news that the specifics won’t be given out until 2017.

The executive went on to say this delay is nothing but to improve the game drastically. He said CD Projekt Red has large ambitions with the game and in order to facilitate their ambitions we have planned to increase the double the man-power. Current tally stands out around 400 people, which is huge by the way. Of course, not everyone will work on Cyberpunk, the team members will be divided into four groups, some of which will enter new gaming segments he further stated.

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Cyberpunk 2077 is the game in making. It puts players into a dark future somewhere in 2077, where advancement in technology has finally become both the redemption and the curse of humanity. The game promises to bring not so straight forward story for the players who think they are mature enough to handle what the developers has to offer. The whole game is set in the metropolis of Night city with some hefty neat sandbox elements as well.

With regular delay in launching the game many interviews were given by the heads. Talking to the Polish TV station Kicinski who is the president of CD Projekt Red stated that the project which keeps getting delayed is because the project outgrew our ambitions than we first planned. He said they have a long road ahead to make this project the biggest commercial success in the world. During his talking with the Polish TV station he further said our previous development The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was a huge success. With 6 million copies sold generating $81 million budget, it was a good investment but at the same time it was not the game that achieved the world wide top rank for a full year. He explained it was the best game in the world as many people consider but it did not broke any sales record.

Jose Teixeria, who is the visual effects artist at CD Projekt Red, says we have actually learned a lot from The Witcher 3 , in his view The Witcher has helped Cyberpunk somewhat, because the game went on to become so big and so much composite, they really had no idea what was going to happen. Nonetheless a lesson was learned and this brutal experience taught them something that would be put into effect in Cyberpunk game.

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The positive reviews from their previous games had made CD Projekt Red more determined in making the future games such as Cyberpunk more advanced, big and fun to play with. This is nothing but good news for the fans because there is no doubt the CD Projekt will deliver a high quality game.

Cyberpunk 2077 is currently being developed for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, while its release date is not confirmed, fans might just have to wait much longer in finding out what the game holds.

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