CDPR corrects workers allocation chart, majority of workforce truly engaged on Cyberpunk 2077 enlargement

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It was beforehand reported that almost all of CD Projekt Red was engaged on different tasks, with a small portion of the workforce remaining on Cyberpunk 2077. This info got here straight from the studio’s fiscal yr 2021 presentation. As it seems, this was an error on CD Projekt Red’s half.

The official CD Projekt Red Investor Relations Twitter account has since addressed the oversight, publishing an up to date model of its fiscal report. According to the account, the earlier presentation’s chart legend, which confirmed a bigger funding in tasks akin to the subsequent The Witcher game, was incorrect. In actuality, the vast majority of the workforce is engaged on the Cyberpunk 2077 enlargement.

Unfortunately, there was an error within the legend to the chart which offered our workforce allocation in FY2021 presentation. Obviously – as was mentioned in the course of the name – the largest a part of our workforce is at present engaged on the Cyberpunk 2077 enlargement. Go to:


As of the time of writing, CD Projekt Red claims that it’s concentrating on a 2023 launch window. Considering the studio’s historical past with delays, which included delaying the current-gen Cyberpunk 2077 patch, it’s finest to maintain expectations tempered. More lately, the studio has even delayed The Witcher 3’s improve indefinitely because it continues to enhance Cyberpunk 2077’s repute.

The obscure 2023 window could possibly be defined by prior statements from a Cyberpunk 2077 developer. According to quest director Paweł Sasko, work hasn’t halted on the enlargement. Sasko acknowledged that the workforce acknowledges there’s nonetheless work to be executed on bettering the bottom game. While work on each the enlargement and base game assist are occuring concurrently, it has probably slowed down the enlargement’s growth cycle.