CD Projekt Red acknowledges that Cyberpunk 2077 has no multiplayer due to its disastrous launch

Since the first round of the Cyberpunk 2077, it gave us a little a little of a talk about the enormous number of bugs, although they were fixed in some way teasing their implementation. This was recently admitted CD Projekt Red, which said that the multiplayer of Cyberpunk 2077 wasn't [] [] a'multiplayer'.

Since its launch in 2020, Cyberpunk 2077 enables us to explain our findings with the enormous number of bugs that have been far from being implemented. Recently admitted the CD Project Red, which pointed out that the multiplayer of Cyberpunk 2077 wasn’t (and will still not) added to the game, the addition tonnouncing that it closes The Witcher: Monster Slayer’s mobile game.

The information of Cyberpunk 2077 was found after a visit with the CD Projekt Red account of the Eurogamer journalist Robert Purchese. It was admitted, for the first time in this case, that the disastrous launch of the game would end up sacrificing other projects.

The multiplayer game of Cyberpunk 2077 isn’t going to see the light.

Cyberpunk was a multiplayer game in 2077 for the success of the game.

That conversation was carried out with Philipp Weber, who was a mission designer for Cyberpunk 2077 and now works as a narrative director for the film Polaris The Witcher. This spoke directly of the game, with the launch of a buggy, forcing them to focus on fixing everything that was wrong: – the game was run on buggy.

We really needed to see what the priorities are for Cyberpunk (after its release).

To face it, he explained that the priority moved to ensuring that the major experience (the single player mode) ran well. This brought to a sacrifice.

Among the fundamentals, the shift in priorities meant that other projects were to go. With Cyberpunk, we wanted to do a lot of things and we had to focus on the matter, and that’s why we were just forced to say: Okay, what’s the point? Yeah, we’ll make this part really good.

At some point, CD Projekt Red wanted to make a multiplayer game exclusive to Cyberpunk. However, it became clear that the idea was changed to include an online multiplayer in Cyberpunk 2077something that never happened nor would happen.

Weber added that the company is continuing to make story-focused AAA single-player RPGs. Nevertheless, a long-term strategy is the plan to roll out online functionality to all franchises.

A bad news for you, too.

We aren’t talking to CD’s Red about that. The company announced that The Witcher: Monsterslayer will close soon. The plan is to remove it from the Google Play Store and the App Store on January 31, 2023 and drop the access to the application by the player in June of that year.

The Witcher: Monster Slayer is a title released by the mobile game studio CD Projekt Spokko in July 2021. It uses the advanced technologies to collect the players location and display maps containing a monster and defeat them.

If the game is re-examined, then it will be discontinued.

Fiente: Philip Weber and Eurogamer.