In an effort to improve Cyberpunk 2077's quest system, CD Projekt Red's Pawel Sasko (Lead Quest Designer) has put out a request for help on Twitter. Advising he's working on a "retrospective look" at their quests, Sasko's goal is to identify "what worked well, what didn't, and why."
Though its unlikely this survey will improve Cyberpunk 2077's current quest system, it seems likely that Sasko will incorporate this feedback into future projects. As such, that may factor towards upcoming expansions and future CDPR projects.
Cyberpunk 2077 Developer Wants Your Feedback On The Game's Quests
In full, Sasko stated:
Currently working on a retrospective look at Cyberpunk2077 quests for my team: going to analyze the reception of our players -- the goal is to improve, identify what worked well, what didn't, and why. Was it a character, a context, a story arc, maybe a specific theme, or one event that made it especially memorable? It can be also mood, art, theme, unique gameplay sequence, an original idea.
Following Update 1.3 last month, Cyberpunk 2077 received a hotfix two weeks ago with Update 1.31, implementing several bug fixes. Available now on PC, PS4, Xbox One and Google Stadia, an upcoming new-gen launch is also planned for PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.