Cyberpunk 2077 Developer CD Projekt Red says that its upcoming expansion, Illusory freedomwill serve as the game’s only expansion due to the “technological decision” to move from CDPR’s REDengine technology to Unreal 5.
During the Q&A portion of CD Project Red’s earnings call on Wednesday (h/t History of video games), Michal Nowakowski, senior vice president of business at CD Projekt Red, reiterated the developer’s previously stated position on not making a second expansion for Cyberpunk 2077– Regardless of whether it is or not Illusory freedomSales’s take a hit – it says “decision”. [not to] It’s already been made.”
As we announced long ago, we will not make a second or a third [Cyberpunk 2077] expansion. This is the only expansion for the game, and it has nothing to do with numbers and how satisfied or dissatisfied we are with sales or anything like that. It’s a technology decision to be honest. This is the last time we’ll be working on REDengine for the time being at least, and for the foreseeable future, as you know, we’ll be working on Epic’s Unreal Engine. This was one of the main reasons we decided this was the one [Cyberpunk expansion].
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Last year, CDPR announced its “multi-year strategic partnership with Epic Games.” New development The Witcher Game Plus a remake of the 2007 original The Witcher Video game, which was built from the ground up in Unreal Engine 5 by Polish studio Fool’s Theory.
imaginary freedom, Which will Fixed major gameplay mechanics And the meat is out Cyberpunk 2077 World, along with the free version 2.0 update, will be released on September 26.
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