Cyberpunk 2077 reaches “satisfactory” technical status for CD Projekt, but few are left to appreciate it

Cyberpunk 2077 reaches “satisfactory” technical status for CD Projekt, but few are left to appreciate it

Game activity on Steam falls even below that of The Witcher 3.

Following the catastrophic launch of Cyberpunk 2077 , the Polish team at CD Projekt was forced to modify their support plans, prioritizing a long list of technical issues over previously planned enhancements and content. As these fixes have rolled in, President Adam Kicinski believes the game offers “a good level of satisfaction.”


“We have also been working on improving the general quality of the game, of which we are quite happy” adds the executive in a conference collected by TVN24 ( translated into English in Video Games Chronicle). “Over time, we will also make general improvements to game systems that players have talked about.” In other words, the fixes will keep coming in parallel with the development of new features.


Cyberpunk 2077

Among those contents are the long-awaited next-generation update for Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, as well as several free DLC whose news is still a mystery. On the other hand, from Hardware Times comes an interesting observation : the activity of Cyberpunk 2077 on Steam has fallen by 98% since its launch – to the surprise of very few, considering the expectations that there were for the game – from 830,000 players simultaneous to 13,000.


Comparatively, CDPR’s much-loved RPG The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (2015) holds about 23,000 players at the time of doing the math last week. The historical peak of the latter is about eight times lower than that of Cyberpunk 2077, yes. At 3DJuegos, we argued that the latest from CDPR was a great video game , but one with many technical problems that made it extremely difficult to enjoy it on console. To this day, there are still complaints about the performance of these versions.


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