In a recent interview with the microphones of the Polish economic magazine Rzeczpospolita, Adam Kiciński of CD Projekt RED spoke about the future of Cyberpunk 2077 and its rosy predictions.
Here are the words of Kiciński:
“Cyberpunk 2077 is the largest, most complex and ambitious project in the history of our studio. We tried to take a step forward in every respect compared to The Witcher.”
“Publishing a game belonging to a new IP carries many risks, especially if it is a very complex concept. We have created a vibrant and futuristic city called Night City, where there are many nonlinear stories. We are proud of many features of the game, but as we know not everything has gone according to plan. Despite everything, Cyberpunk’s brand awareness is huge and the universe of the game is known to fans all over the world.”
“We believe that in the long run Cyberpunk 2077 will be perceived as a great game and that, like all our games, it will continue to sell for years, especially if we consider that hardware is improving over time and the game will continue to be updated.”
“We are continuing to work on patches and the next-gen console version of the game. The initial release taught us a lot and gave us the right motivation to do better in the future.”
In short, net of the many problems that the game has had and continues to have, the Polish development team is convinced that in the future the perception of the game will change drastically. Not surprisingly, just a few days ago we talked about how the latest Steam reviews by Cyberpunk 2077 are all positive.