CD Projekt RED anticipated the development of the Multiplayer game group in a world Cyberpunk 2077 movieBut in the end, this project did not reach any results. Now, the team explains why this decision was made, stating that multiplayer activities will be added to the Cyberpunk and The Witcher franchises gradually.
Philip Weber, Senior Mission Designer The coordinator and coordinator of Cyberpunk 2077, who is also the narrative director for the next Witcher game, provided more details to Eurogamer as to why it wasn’t creating a multiplayer game. “We really needed to look at Cyberpunk’s priorities [dopo il lancio]. The priority was to have the core experience playable in a really good state.”
And basically, the shift in priorities meant letting go of other R&D projects. With Cyberpunk, we wanted to do a lot of things at the same time and we had to focus and say, ‘Okay, What is the important part? Yeah, we’ll do that part really well.”
Simply put, the team realized that there was no way they could develop a multiplayer mode for Cyberpunk 2077 and that it would be best to focus on the single-player gameplay.
Speaking of what CD Projekt RED is doing at the moment, we know that The Witcher 3 free content doesn’t have a Switch release date yet.
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