Cyberpunk 2077: an apology and a roadmap for 2021

 After a long silence, CD Projekt RED has partially returned to the debacle of the launch of Cyberpunk 2077 on consoles. The Polish studio has also clarified its roadmap for fixes and new features that will arrive in its game soon.




We're not going to rewrite Cyberpunk 2077's stormy release soap opera on PS4 and Xbox One. Instead, let's take a look at the recent five-minute video posted on social media by CD Projekt. It is Marcin Iwinski, the co-founder of the company, who returned to this affair. The latter assumes his role for the rushed release of the old-gen versions while explaining that he did not 'want this kind of thing to happen' because the 'tests did not show most of the problems' of the game on consoles.


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A Tense Future for Cyberpunk 2077




The video above, subtitled in French, will allow you to appreciate the entire declaration. But there is more interesting since Iwinski has specified the roadmap for Cyberpunk 2077 in 2021. A first patch will be deployed in 10 days (around January 23) and a second more important will arrive a little later in the year.




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The famous free DLC have been postponed slightly but will be released in 2021. The PS5 / Xbox Series X | S optimization is also scheduled for this year. The studio hopes to deliver it in the second half of the year. Finally, Marcin Iwinski made it clear that his teams are working on 'other projects' after Cyberpunk 2077. But these will not be shown for a long time.

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