Cyberpunk 2077 is certainly experiencing a real second youth, after a launch that is not exactly at the top that has also brought several controversies still a lot turned on.
The sci-fi RPG from CD Projekt RED , which you can find on Amazon , thanks to various updates and major news has gained new life.
We are talking about a game that has quickly regained the top of Steam , so it looks like the best is yet to come.
Only yesterday, in fact, CDPR confirmed that Cyberpunk 2077 will have a sequel , Codenamed Project Orion , although now the development team is talking about how much better working conditions have improved than in the past .
As also reported by The Gamer , according to the developers themselves, the studio “has worked hard to improve working conditions” in recent times, so much so that things will only get better in the future .
Speaking to fans, the Cyberpunk 2077 mission designer, Patrick Mills , assured that a lot of work has been done over the past two years to try to solve all the problems that the company had during the final stages of development.
In his own words, although “will never be perfect” , Mills is quite optimistic about the future , stating that he would rather work here than in other studios AAA.
I’ve seen some people expressing concern for the working conditions at cdpr in light of the ambitious goals mentioned in the IR call yesterday. I can say that there’s been a lot of work done for the past couple of years to try and fix those problems…
– Patrick (Dark Satanic) Mills (@PKernaghan) October 5, 2022
This all looks promising, especially in light of the opening of a new studio in Vancouver to focus on the sequel to Cyberpunk 2077 , known as Project Orion. and about which very little is known at the moment.
We will therefore see if this new and renewed company policy will be useful in the long run, which we all sincerely hope.
Staying on the subject, the co-founder and co-CEO of CD Projekt will in fact step down by the end of 2022, according to what the Polish company said yesterday.