After finally showing the gameplay to the general public, CD Projekt RED has put its hands on Cyberpunk 2077, stating that the game is still far from complete. Development must go on and, although it is confirmed that the title could already be played from start to finish, conditions are not yet what a buyer would like to see in a finished product.
The satisfaction of CD ProjektA to talk about these aspects was Adam Kicinski, CEO of the Polish software house, who was pleased with the positive feedback he had: Â«I have not read a summary or something yet, but I read a bit feedback and I must say that the general tone was very positive. We are more than interested in what the players think. We are quite self-aware because the game, as we said in a presentation, is not in its final stage and I do not mention all the imperfections. There are also some things that could change, but by evaluating these two presentation events, we decided that we had to show something to the players, “explained the manager.
“Feedbacks, both in our environment, both from the media and from Gamescom have been very positive. Indeed, I must say that what I was able to read is also more than positive, “he added.
Work in progress on the game, do not expect the whole game to be nice and ready to go out. As explained by Kicinski, Â«you saw the video on YouTube, those 47 minutes of that part already refined, which is not the complete game. There is not a right word to say in Polish, but well, we could say it’s a framework. You can play the game from start to finish, but it is not something you would like to see. We can not show it at the current level. From the production point of view, though, things are exactly like they should, so video games are developed, but we still have a lot of work to do that is waiting for us. “
So if you expected an upcoming release date after the presentation of the gameplay, know that it will not be so. In case you missed it, we remind you that you can find at this link the video published by the Polish software house.