According to CD Projekt Red CEO Adam Kiciski, Project Orion, the Cyberpunk 2077 sequel will likely not begin pre-production until 2023. The research phase for the sequel is expected to begin sometime in 2023.
It has been reported that the sequel to Cyberpunk 2077’s pre-production is unlikely to begin in 2023. One of the most anticipated games of recent years was Cyberpunk 2077, but when the game finally came out, all of the hype backfired.
Numerous players were dissatisfied with the game’s overall experience due to bugs and glitches. Sony even decided to temporarily remove the console version from the PlayStation Store because it was so unstable and broken.
Since then, CD Projekt Red has worked extremely hard to update the game to make it better. The efforts of the studio have paid off; The game is now in much better shape than it was when it was first released, and its fan base is rapidly expanding worldwide. Project Orion, a follow-up to Cyberpunk 2077, was announced a few months ago by CD Projekt Red.
During a recent financial call, CD Projekt Red’s CFO Piotr Nielubowicz stated that the company wants to accelerate the development of Project Orion following the release of Cyberpunk 2077:Liberty the Phantom. To make things clearer, CEO Adam Kiciski said that Project Orion’s pre-production hasn’t started yet and will start the research phase in 2023.
Adam also said that the research will only be done by a small group to let other people join The Witcher 4 project.
This information suggests that the Cyberpunk 2077 sequel is likely years away;in any case, the silver lining is that there is still a lot of Cyberpunk 2077 substance to anticipate in the closer future.Fans of cyberpunk can anticipate Keanu Reeves’ return as Johnny Silverhand in the Phantom Liberty DLC, which will be released in 2023.
In Night City, Reeves and V will team up once more for an exciting adventure.
On December 14, CD Projekt Red’s Witcher 3 will receive a next-generation update, which is another exciting development.
Players who already own the game will not have to pay anything for the update, which is expected to include some gameplay tweaks and visual enhancements.CD Projekt Red is making sure that its fans have plenty to keep them busy by regularly releasing new DLC and patches.CD Projekt Red is one of the most adored game developers in the industry because of this dedication, which their fans continue to value.
Cyberpunk 2077 is now available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.