CD Projekt Redeems Itself with Cyberpunk 2077
There are few redemption stories as gripping as the one accompanying Cyberpunk 2077. After facing relentless criticism for the RPG’s disastrous launch on PS4 and Xbox One in late 2020, CD Projekt has since worked tirelessly with updates to salvage the game’s reputation. And it seems to have worked – Cyberpunk 2077 is now an essential role-playing game, just like its sister game, The Witcher 3.
Better still, CD Projekt has confirmed the development of a sequel (codenamed Orion) and an expansion called Phantom Liberty. The latter will arrive on consoles and PC later this year.
Cyberpunk 2077 Players Disappointed Over Rumored Subway System
Cyberpunk 2077 players have been eagerly anticipating exciting new gameplay and features for Night City and its inhabitants. Rumors of a subway system were circulating online, with fans hoping that CD Projekt would include this option in a future update or expansion.
Although a mod already exists on PC that adds the subway system, players were hoping that it would eventually become an official part of the game. Unfortunately, CD Projekt’s director of global communications, Marcin Momot, recently confirmed via Twitter that a subway system will not be added to Cyberpunk 2077 in the future.
While the inclusion of a subway system might have added to the game’s realism, it’s understood that such a feature would have caused significant problems for the game’s development.
Cyberpunk 2077: The Future
Cyberpunk 2077 continues to be one of the most important role-playing games today, available on PS5, Xbox Series X | S, and PC in its most polished version. While players might be disappointed over the lack of a subway system, they can still look forward to the upcoming Phantom Liberty expansion.
Unfortunately, no release date has been announced for Phantom Liberty, but CD Projekt has undoubtedly learned from its initial launch issues, and it seems that the future of Cyberpunk 2077 is bright.