If you have raised hope that Electronic 2077 sometimes see its promised multiplayer features…you should probably do better waiting for the next part of the game. In the hot mess of a story that is electronicAfter the blistering fall and recent arc of redemption, CD Projekt Red has gone all out to patch the digital vulnerabilities in the Night City. Thanks to some recent comments from an interview with CDPR acting director of narrative and lead mission designer Philipp Weber, we now know why it took so long—and why. we can hardly see the legendary multiplayer mode for Electronic 2077.
Electronic 2077 was released in December 2020 and you probably know the story by now: With a level of hype that few other games can match, the release was a technical disaster with promises not made. response between faults and failures. But aside from some fixes to the engine’s underpinnings and the game’s messy code, the game is always expected to receive a multiplayer mode post based on previous comments. Although recent developments have suggested that CDPR is ready to more or less move from 2077 (although it’s far from done with electronic franchise), anyone can guess what’s going on with multiplayer. But as we know now, the demand received 2077 moved into playable state and it’s actually quite playable these days, meaning multiplayer has been halted altogether.
In one interview with EurogamerBuy from RobertWeber made some of the most direct comments on electronicmultiplayer we’ve been listening to for a while:
“[Fixing Cyberpunk 2077 after launch] which means other R&D projects have to be abandoned. With electronic, we want to do a lot of things at once, and we just have to really focus and say, ‘Okay, what’s the important part? Yeah, we’ll make that part really good.’”
Though all we really have to go on is guess what 2077multiplayer is our own imagination and some clues from the data warehouse, it is not clear what this mode will bring. It’s easy to speculate that it will be something similar to GTA Online or even fallout 76but that’s all we have: speculation.
forward from 2077Weber’s original multiplayer plan, Weber said, was part of CDPR doubling down on its commitment to “three-player, story-driven, story-driven RPGs”. Although the studio is still hope multiplayer will be part of the game in the future.
“What’s changing is our long-term online approach, and this means we’re making sure we’re fully prepared to implement the online elements of our game as they happen. meaningful. We don’t want to go overboard or lose our single player DNA. We want to take thoughtful steps to build powerful online capabilities,” added Weber Eurogamer.
So pour one out for 2077unprecedented multiplayer. It’s hardly a surprise when you consider electronicthe struggle of. While I love multiplayer just as well as anyone else, the forever single-player type I tend to be will be happy to hear that CDPR priorities will be on trips. play alone, narration.