CD Projekt reaffirms its intention to offer high-quality video games. Without going into too much detail, the CD Projekt Red team assures that the development of Cyberpunk 2077 “goes fast and according to plan,” with the main objective of the studio responsible for the Witcher series being to offer a “high-quality” role-playing adventure.
Cyberpunk 2077 Would Be One Excellent Game, CD Projekt’s CEO Thinks
Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the most sought-after games at the moment with many fans expecting a great new title in the franchise. Apparently, CD Projekt is up to offer an excellent game to the public. Adam Kicinsky, CD Projekt’s chief executive, came out with new information about Cyberpunk 2077 to reassure the fans that the upcoming title would be great.
“We’re breathing life into the game world,” said the studio’s chief executive, Adam Kicinski, who also said that “not all parts of the game look like what was presented at E3 or Gamescom. Accordingly, a large part of the game wasn’t as detailed. CD Projekt is currently “adding content and adjusting things, which involves a lot of work on the part of the development team.”
Cyberpunk 2077 To Match Red Dead Redemption 2 Regarding The Quality, Kacinski Said
“What I can say today is that we’re progressing fast and according to plan,” which doesn’t mean that the work is close to completion. They have yet to enter the “very important test phase to polish the entire content of the game. Once development is complete, we can start adding patches to fix bugs, both large and small, and we’ve set aside time for this task.”
In the same interview, the CD Projekt chief has assured that the developers, who also created the popular The Witcher III: Wild Hunt, are looking to come up with a Cyberpunk 2077 game of the quality of Red Dead Redemption 2, recently rolled out by Rockstar Games.
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