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CD Projekt says Cyberpunk 2077 development details are ‘just plain wrong’

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A representative for CD Projekt Red has deviated from company policy to say that widely circulated rumors about development decisions Cyberpunk 2077 from an alleged developer are “just plain bogus”. ThuFAQ, a forum post claiming to include comments from a disgruntled developer made several statements about cut content, code rewrites, pressure from company executives, and ongoing game fixes, even adding the unexpected detail that the company’s first Johnny Silverhand was inspired by David Hayter ‘Solid Snake and Cillian Murphy.

Answer the thread on the CD Project Red Forums“Explained Vattier, CDPR employee,” We don’t usually comment on rumors, but that’s just not true.CD Projekt Red has repeatedly declined to comment on rumors following the troubled launch of Cyberpunk 2077, making it a notable exception. Previously, the CDPR had also violated the usual policy of deny rumors of a late last-minute match delay.

Cyberpunk launched in a less than stable state, especially on consoles, which led to a lot of speculation about the game’s development – especially after it received three delays before launch. This speculation has not been helped by some messy message about what happened to the gameand what is being done to resolve the issues.

Currently CD Projekt intends to release major updates to console versions in January and February which should “solve the most important issues gamers face on the latest generation consoles.” Currently the game not available for digital purchase on PlayStation, and we have had no word on when he might return. After these corrections, there are always the not insignificant additions of Free DLC and Paid Expansions and eventually, a multiplayer mode.

Joe Skrebels is IGN’s News Editor. Follow him on Twitter. Any advice to give us? Want to discuss a possible story? Please send an email to newstips@ign.com.



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