CD Projekt still has a lot of faith in Cyberpunk 2077 and has no plans to stop its support and improvement. The company’s CEO Adam Kiciński has explained why he thinks the game will have a long tail of sales just like The Witcher series.

Adam Kiciński opened up about Cyberpunk 2077 and CD Projekt’s future plans and ambitions in an interview with the Polish business outlet Rzeczpospolita.

Key takeaways

  • Kiciński called Cyberpunk 2077 the “most ambitious and by far the most complex project in our 27-year history.” The company tried to improve almost every aspect compared to The Witcher series but faced certain challenges and made a few mistakes on its way.
  • “We believe that Cyberpunk 2077 will be perceived as a very good game in the long term and, like our other titles, it will sell for years — especially since the hardware becomes more efficient and we continue to improve the game,” Kiciński noted.
  • Postponing the release of the Cyberpunk 2077 next-gen version to the Q1 2022 was a hard decision to make. Kiciński said that it was something a development team wanted to make sure that its quality will be “as high as possible.”
  • CD Projekt is focused on its two main franchises and has no plans to create new IPs in the near future.
  • Speaking of possible M&A deals, Kiciński doesn’t rule out further acquisitions. It is important that such studios fit into CD Projekt’s development plans. The company itself, however, still plans to stay independent and is not looking for any strategic investors.

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