‘The Witcher 3’ and ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ are “on track” for PS5 and Xbox Series X in 2022

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Publisher CD Projekt has stated that its upcoming release The Witcher 3 And cyberpunk 2077 Both games on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S are “on track” for their planned launch dates after delays.

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in its most recent quarterly financial results report (as seen in VGC), the Polish company said that both titles “are on track to meet their target dates”. Advanced releases of both games were originally scheduled to arrive this year, but were announced on October 29 to be delayed to 2022.

A slideshow from the report, which can be read on the CD Project’s Investor page (as pdf), note that “the next generation versions are on track to meet their target dates”, which it gives as Q1 2022 cyberpunk 2077 and for Q2 2022 The Witcher 3,

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The presentation also stated that CD Projekt would engage in “gradual transitions to new projects while still supporting”. cyberpunk 2077However, no further details have been given.

Although the initial release of cyberpunk 2077 In December 2020 it was criticized for poor presentation and several bugs – despite being in development for more than eight years – developer CD Projekt Red has been refining it since last year. It said recently that it expects the game to “sell for years” and will eventually “regard it as a perfect game”.

The company’s efforts seem to have started to pay off as well, thanks to a surge in positive reviews for the game the studio recently gave players. cyberpunk 2077 Steam ratings now sit at “Very Positive” for recent reviews and have risen to “Mostly Positive” for all reviews. The Witcher 3, meanwhile, remains “overwhelmingly positive,” as the seven-year-old game remains a fan-favourite.

Any game owners will receive new-gen upgrades when it arrives next year.

In other news, a survey has asked players why they abstain. Call of Duty: VanguardOf these, 34 percent said they were tired of the series or needed a break from it.

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