Developer CD Projekt Red has now commented on the current rumours that have been circling about the cut content from Cyberpunk 2077.
Cyberpunk 2077 Dev Denounces Cut Content Rumours
In the CD Projekt Red forum, the developer has addressed recent rumours about the game Cyberpunk 2077 having cut content before it’s release. It was to address the posts on the GameFAQs message board which suggests that the game cut storylines and major content in order to meet the launch date, under pressure from top managers and foreign investors to go against the original development plans.
The post from CD Projekt Red member known as Vattier commented on this rumour on the official developer forum which they shared:
We usually do not comment on rumours, but this is simply not true.
This was not a very long or descriptive explanation response to the post, so it does not go into detail exactly which parts or if all is incorrect, but with the bumpy launch of the game it is a wonder whether there was indeed some missing storylines that the post suggests.
CD Projekt Red confirmed recently they would be putting out DLC this year, the first free content to be releasing sometime in early 2021. While the details what it are thin, it was was described to have “substantial, story-driven expansions”.
Cyberpunk 2077 is currently available to play on PC, Playstation 5, Xbox Series X, Xbox One and PS4 (for those who bought the game before it was taken down or own a physical copy). If you’re eager to know what we think of the game overall be sure to check out our Cyberpunk 2077 Review: The Final Verdict.
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