Patch 1.1 for Cyberpunk 2077 is now live across PC, consoles, and Stadia bringing several stability improvements. Read on for more.
CD Projekt, the company behind Cyberpunk 2077, have responded to a second class action lawsuit from their investors. Here are some details.
After more than a month on the market, CD Projekt Red's co-founder Marcin Iwinski took to YouTube, apologizing for the state of their latest game, Cyberpunk 2077. The team also laid out a roadmap giving players an idea as to when they can expect updates and fixes coming to the game this year.
Cyberpunk 2077 has been out for a little over a month now, and Mitch is already looking forward to the future. While the team at CDPR is rightfully focused on fixing the single player game, that doesn't stop Mitch from speculating on what a multiplayer Cyberpunk could look like.
Yesterday it was reported by a Polish Business Newspaper Dziennik.pl, that CD Projekt Red has the Polish Government investigating their problematic Cyberpunk 2077 launch problems. This is just one more issue that CDPR has had to deal with in addition to a lawsuit from investors, Sony pulling the game from their stores, and most recently, a substantial decline in players on Steam.
Some see the dawn of a new year as a fresh start. Whatever happened in the past, is history, and 2021 can bring adventure, prosperity, and new opportunities. This list applauds 4 titles created by studios that didn't give up after a tumultuous launch, and have turned their games into experiences worthy of a second chance. We also take a look at 4 titles that desperately need redemption in 2021, and for the sake of the fans, let's hope they find it!
Cyberpunk 2077 developers CD Projekt RED have responded to a story going around discussing the state of the game by saying, "this story is simply not true."
The saga of Cyberpunk 2077 is never ending, it seems. Just recently, the Schall Law Firm posted a press release announcing the filing of a class action lawsuit against CD Projekt SA, prompting a response from CD Projekt.
Remember that Cyberpunk 2077 save file issue where your saves would be corrupted if they were larger than 8 MB? Well, a new hotfix has (hopefully) addressed that.
According to a report provided in an announcement directly from CD Projekt Red's investors site, sales data collected from physical and digital distributors puts estimated sales of Cyberpunk 2077 at over 13 million copies sold as of December 20th.
The first Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay was revealed in 2018 giving us a 48 minute glimpse of CD Projekt RED's next game. Now, more than two years later, the final version has released packed to the gills with next generation PC technologies like ray tracing. Just how transformative is it?
When we say the hits just keep on coming for Cyberpunk 2077, we're not talking about a Nomad with Gorilla Arms. The latest issues levied at CD Projekt Red further spells more trouble as a class action lawsuit is reportedly on the table from investors, while GOG warns players to limit their items, or lose their save games.