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CD PROJEKT RED (CDPR), the video game development division of Poland’s CD game group PROJEKT, announced that it will restructure the apparatus, based on the experience learned after the full Cyberpunk 2077 launch. scandal. One of the major goals of this restructuring is “book change to develop video games“. Starting from 2022, the new organization will allow CDPR to develop many AAA titles (games with large investments) and expansion packs.
Cyberpunk 2077 officially launched in December. Many years of cumulative expectations have made gamers fall to the deep bottom of disappointment, when the CP2077 is full of errors, not yet developed and has not been optimized according to the promise of CDPR. Sony immediately removed Cyberpunk 2077 from its store and has maintained its stance so far. CDPR has released many patches but has yet to regain the trust and joy of gamers.
In the newly released plan, changes in the way CDPR develops the game may help the company avoid future troubles.
One of the big differences is the development and application of REDengine, the “engine” for developing and operating CDPR games. “Our REDengine technology will be refined and focused, while studio reorganization will divide teams into flexible teams with their own specialties, change the way game development and make the process more proactive.“.
In theory, games developed in this way by CDPR will avoid the same bad performance on console systems, like the way Cyberpunk 2077 runs on Xbox and PlayStation.
CDPR confirmed that the single player RPG will “is still our priority“, And gamers wait for more content related to Cyberpunk and Witcher. “We see potential in both The Witcher and Cyberpunk, and we want to expand these titles into new areas, new types of content.“, Vice president of business Michał Nowakowski announced.
However, CDPR will not focus solely on single player content. They still have high expectations for multiplayer games, though not saying anything specifically about these potentialities.
They also promise to change the way they are marketed for future games. CDPR probably learned a little from the advertising campaign for Cyberpunk 2077: pushing expectations too high with flat promises, or constantly running ads and the game hasn’t finished developing yet. CDPR said: “Future marketing campaigns will be much shorter, with online advertisements closer to the actual launch date, clearly showing how they work across all supported platforms.“.
The CDPR makes further promises about improving the working environment for employees, emphasizing “provide employees with opportunities for both professional and personal growth“. They did not specifically talk about the changes being considered.
After all, a promise is just… a word, no matter who it is declared from. We have to wait until the next CDPR product to know how sincere their promises are.
Currently, CPDR is still patching Cyberpunk 2077. The latest update weighs 33 GB on PC, 44 GB on PS and 40 GB on Xbox, fixing countless graphics bugs and improving game quality.
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