“Cyberpunk 2077’s performance at a satisfactory level,” said CD Projekt’s CEO.


By Dom Peppiatt
June 28, 2021 14:50 GMT

After a six-month patch, numerous proceedings, and a large public backlash CD project CEO Adam Kiciński believes Cyberpunk 2077 Currently at a “satisfactory level”.

During the WSE Innovation Day Conference featured by TVN24 (via VGC), Kiciński commented that CD Projekt is pleased with the level of quality the game has reached since its rather disastrous launch last year.

When asked about the stability and performance of the game, about six months after its release, Kiciński replied:

“We are also working on improving the overall quality, which we are very happy with. Of course, we have also removed bugs and visual glitches. We will continue to do so. In the future. , We will also introduce general game system improvements that players have emphasized. “

So it’s a precursor to the future. However, reaching this stage has never been easier. Staff expressed unrealistic expectations of management at an internal meeting, the studio’s reputation was hit hard, and CD Projekt recorded a significant drop in profits in the first quarter of 2021.

But you’ll probably see why Chitinsky is so bold. Cyberpunk 2077 is back on the PlayStation Store this week. This marked the end of the eight-month absence of the game at Sony stores. Sony withdrew Cyberpunk 2077 from the PS Store after the game became buggy and unstable, but Microsoft sold the game despite changing refund practices. I chose to continue.

Last week, I heard that Microsoft confirmed that Cyberpunk 2077’s refund scheme had returned to its more standard refund policy for digitally purchased games as of July 6.

If that’s what you want to try for yourself, I’ve written a guide on how to try a refund from Xbox.

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To date, Cyberpunk 2077 has sold at least 13 million copies.

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