Last month’s patch Cyberpunk 2077 did not bring any new content, but that does not mean that the development team has given up “working on things” yet.
In a live broadcast, CD Projekt Red Task Manager Paul Sasco confirmed that the team still has “work to do” and is reviewing potential new review tasks “daily”.
“We are so glad you liked 1.5, which gives us a lot more […] Motivated to work with you because you show your appreciation for it.
That’s all Sasco was willing to give up this time.
“That’s all I can tell you. We work for you. I really review daily tasks and talk to people about things so it can happen.
“I can not say anything about our future plans,” Sasco repeated. “But I assure you we’re working on extensions – we’re doing things for you.”
Patch 1.52 for Cyberpunk 2077 Released two weeks ago. Unlike the February update, it fixed bugs and bugs without new content.
Meanwhile, CD Projekt Red noted that the Cyberpunk 2077 “expansion” is still on the table despite the studio. When the next Witcher starts working on Saga it drops its RedEngine technology on Unreal Engine 5..
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