CD Projekt Red, the developers of the well-received 2015 title, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, have come into the news stating that they are satisfied with the current performance state of their more recently released game, Cyberpunk 2077.
The game, which was released in September 2020, hosted a wide range of technical performance issues which quickly turned many people away from purchasing the game from shelves and digital stores. Those that did originally purchase the game were offered a free “no questions asked” refund.
These performance issues also led to Sony removing the game from the PlayStation 4 digital store.
CD Projekt Red soon released an apology statement for the state of the game on previous generation consoles in which they stated that they would improve the condition of the game’s performance.
After several updates and patches, Cyberpunk 2077 has become significantly more stable than it was originally upon release for previous generation consoles.
CD Projekt Red CEO Adam Kicinski recently addressed the current performance of Cyberpunk 2077 to TVN24 during the WSE Innovation Day.
The translation to English reads:
We have already reached a satisfactory level in this regard. We have also worked on the overall performance, and we are quite satisfied with that. Of course, we have also fixed bugs and glitches, and we will continue to do so.
Fans of the game can only hope that continuing updates and patches will allow the game to improve even further.
ROFL! PC player, 2080ti, game still has bugs, crashes, missing features, mods and implants that flat out don’t work, I could go on for pages. On top of that it’s still the same mediocre story, obnoxious writing and characters, and the same lifeless world where you hear about more interesting things than you can ever do. And then there’s the laundry list of cut features. If this game is satisfactory in the state it’s in now that makes future CDPR products an easy skip. I’ve never seen a company go from being loved to being almost universally despised so fast. Even Bethesda bounced back from the Fallout 76 launch.