CD Projekt Red revealed more information about the Cyberpunk 2077 multiplayer game component, which will arrive sometime after the main game is released.
Adam Kicinski, the co-CEO of CD Projekt Red, explained at the studio’s latest earnings conference that it is actually a mistake to call the multiplayer aspect of the game a “mode” statement.
According to Kicinski, CD Projekt Red actually treats multiplayer games more as “independent products.”
“So, first of all, we don’t call it a model,” Kissinski said in an earnings call transcribed by Seeking Alpha. “This is a separate dedicated product, a large product. We treat it as an independent product.”
The multiplayer portion of the game will be connected to the single player version, but will run separately-a separate team is dedicated to providing continuous content for the multiplayer mode. We know that the aspect of multiplayer games started with conceptual exploration and later entered full-scale development.
You haven’t heard the facts about Cyberpunk 2077 multiplayer game. This is by design, and the studio wants to stay silent until people have a chance to enjoy what the main game has to offer.
We’ve heard that the multiplayer part of the game is unlikely to arrive in 2021, so we hope that this news will spread quite slowly.
All in all, this sounds very similar to what Rockstar did on Red Dead Online and GTA Online, but we have to wait until we see the game running before we can make any direct comparisons.
Kicinski said that we can expect to hear more about Cyberpunk 2077 multiplayer games sometime in the first quarter of 2021.
Cyberpunk 2077 will be launched on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Stadia on December 10, and CD Projekt Red promises (again) that there will be no more delays in the game.