The CD Projekt Red has allegedly a vast treasury to work with on the creation of its upcoming Cyberpunk 2077 game.
The next-generation game will come for PS4, Xbox One, and PC said the studio’s boss Marcin Iwinski. There have been rumors that the company based in Poland has been affected by some financial problems, but the CEO denied the claims whenever being asked. Instead, he confirmed that when you’re transferring to a determined new IP and utilizing new technology, it is always going to be hard.
Iwinski commented on the issue saying that when you are doing modification to the technology and developing the game simultaneously, it is the same for all the industry: a nightmare. In Iwinski’s conversation with Kotaku, the industry grind practice came up. CD Projekt Red is not being accused of grinding like other game developers have been outlined to just recently, but the company has been disapproved of in the past regarding a few development habits.
Cyberpunk 2077 has a vast treasury allocated for its development
However, Iwinski says that the studio wants to be known for treating its developers right, and while grind will always exist, especially around a big event, Iwinski wants his employers to know that it is not mandatory to spend extra time crunching. He also said that the company wants to be renowned for treating gamers and its developers with a lot of respect.
The CD Projekt Red boss added that he has been discussing with their developers that there are specific times when they need to work a bit more in events of such as the E3 demo, but they, as a company, want to be ‘more humane and treat people with respect.’
The release date of Cyberpunk 2077 is still unknown, but what we know is the fact that the game will be unveiled at the annual E3 of this year.
Daniel Kiss is the senior editor for News Lair. Daniel was working as a writer since he finished high-school, first for local papers then he started online, nowadays he likes to write about the latest games and tech innovations.