Polish game developer CD Projekt announced that it will postpone the release of new content for its game ‘Cyberpunk 2077’. The company is currently working hard to fix small bugs that can be seen everywhere in this recently released game.
In a video and blog post launched on Wednesday, the company said that it will release new updates at the end of January, and then release a second update ‘in the next few weeks’ that are designed to fix bugs in the game.
According, to the company, ‘Our current main task is to repair and update the game.’ The game developer also said that the new content of the game will be launched later than expected. ‘We will release a free version later.
In the future downloadable content (DLC), for this part of the content, we will provide a more detailed explanation in a few months.’
‘Cyberpunk 2077’ was originally regarded as one of the most important games in 2020. The game was released on December 10th. However, after it went life, it caused a lot of dissatisfaction among players because players encountered performance in the game.
The problem, especially on the console side. Due to the poor performance of this game, Sony deleted its purchase page on PlayStation. CD Projekt stated in its blog post that it is ‘cooperating with Sony to bring ‘Cyberpunk 2077′ back to the PlayStation Store as soon as possible.’
The DLC on the PlayStation 5 and Microsoft Xbox Series X consoles will also be postponed until later this year. The company said: ‘Because there are so many urban elements in the game, and the disk bandwidth of the older generation consoles is limited, this is what we often need. Right challenge.’
CD Projekt also stated that its goal is to make game patches ‘without any mandatory overtime’. Last year, some media reported that your company had violated its previous commitment to avoid mandatory overtime.
In the gaming industry, mandatory overtime is called a ‘crunch’ measure. The company stated: ‘In all future In the project, avoiding austerity is one of our top priorities.’