Cyberpunk 2077, the source of delays and bugs, is still trying to lighten the cheek it afforded players in late 2020. So says at least one of the leaders of the CD Project of the Order, Adam Kicinski, who told Reuters that they do not plan to give up Cyberpunk, but intend to fix the game so that players will want to buy it years later.
"We are confident that we can bring the game to a level that we will be proud of." - said Kicinski.
Let's not forget that the CD Project has already talked about the pride of the game, but only in the context of the PC version. Sony, on the other hand, has proudly refused to sell the Cyberpunk 2077 in the PlayStation Store for a full four months.
In addition to the CDPR team focusing on cleaning up Cyberpunk, the studio plans to start developing two new high-budget games at the same time, but that will still wait until next year. Whether Cyberpunk 2077 will solve most of the bugs by then, given that it has already received two major patches that were primarily meant to stabilize the game, will be assessed by players. The situation is also being resolved in the courtroom with investors, but it will certainly take some time for CD Projekt to move away from the negative connotations.