Witcher and Cyberpunk 2077 will gradually receive multiplayer functions

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November 29, 2021, 21:42

The CD Projekt Group still plans to add multiplayer functions to the Wied? Min and Cyberpunk brands, with these elements being introduced gradually.


Today’s financial summary of the CD Projekt Group contained references to the development plans of the Polish developer’s brands. However, it was during the question and answer session with the company’s president that a somewhat forgotten issue was raised. Adam Kiciñski revealed that the company intends to gradually add multi-person functions to The Witcher and Cyberpunk.

Kiciñski did not say which of these brands would be the first to receive this type of supplement, but he did explain what it would mean gradually ?? æ ??. The first approach is to be a kind of test from which CD Projekt will draw conclusions and which can be developed step by step. Perhaps this is where the “research work” mentioned in the Group’s report in the context of new projects is related.

CD Projekt has long announced the addition of multiplayer functionality to “all its brands”. However, it was easy to forget when both players and developers were concerned with patching Cyberpunk 2077, since the premiere, tormented by numerous errors. For the same reason, the announced multiplayer module was abandoned? at least so far.

CD Projekt also revealed that release Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3 for new generation consoles are in the testing phase. In addition, it has been confirmed that in the case of the latter title, Saber Interactive will take care of adding ray tracing support.

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