Published: Tue, July 02, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Not One but Three Cyberpunk 2077 Projects Are in Development, CDPR Confirms

Not One but Three Cyberpunk 2077 Projects Are in Development, CDPR Confirms

CD Projekt announced in their Monday conference that they are working on three Cyberpunk games in total, one being Cyberpunk 2077 and two additional projects.

According to Polish business website Bankier, CD Projekt Red is "working on three cyberpunk things", one of which is the "basic" game that's scheduled for release on April 16, 2020.

Cyberpunk 2077 is available to preorder for $60 on Amazon. After its E3 2019 showing, we were left impressed.

Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the industry's most anticipated games, but despite all the gameplay previews, Keanu Reeves character appearances, and even details on how the ending will play out - the one thing we don't really know is how the game begins.

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The title may eventually receive multiplayer support. The third team is already beginning work on the companies next significant game, which he said takes place in the cyberpunk universe. Each of the three Cyberpunk projects reportedly are being developed by their own teams, while a fourth team is continuing development on The Witcher card game spinoff Gwent. CD Projekt Red President and CEO Adam Kiciński said there's a "big difference" between the presales figures of "Cyberpunk 2077" and "The Witcher 3".

That's good news for fans, who were previously alerted that the game would not have multiplayer at launch, and drew some concern that it was scrapped entirely.

These statements are consistent with comments made by CD Projekt RED community moderator Donata Poplawska earlier this year.

According to the lead quest designer, Cyberpunk 2077 is going to start branching somewhat already at the start. A strategy released by the publisher in 2016 further clarified that this would be "another AAA RPG title", supporting the CD Projekt RED credo: "To create revolutionary RPGs that go straight to the heart of gamers from around the world".

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