There has been a lot of controversy surrounding CD Projekt Red's futuristic action role-playing game Cyberpunk 2077. It is hard to believe that CD Projekt Red managed to experience the most backlash in recent gaming history yet profit incredibly from this same game. Meanwhile, we are waiting for the mystical 1.3 patch, which is set to fix a large part of the game.
I just noticed that Cyberpunk 2077 just got updated today. There hasn't been much of an announcement on what this update entails, so it may just be a small fix rather than the full 1.3 update we've all been looking forward to. Despite this, we have heard so much that we believe this month will be the month of the big 1.3 patch.
The leadership strategy for Cyberpunk 2077 is based on these updates
CD Projekt Red named Gabriel Amatangelo as the new director of Cyberpunk 2077 in May. He is expected to oversee and fix the game's ongoing issues, as well as oversee future expansions. The Q1 2021 financial document for CD Projekt Red shows the game's crash rate decreased steadily from January to May 2021 thanks to two patches and three hotfixes, although it did not show by how much.
Adam Kiciński, President and Joint CEO of CD Projekt Group, discussed the company's plans for game patches over the coming months during an investor call. According to Kiciński, Cyberpunk 2077's next patch will arrive in a couple of weeks, but it won't be a major upgrade. The patch is probably the one we're looking at.
Despite his refusal to give a specific number of patches, Kiciński made it clear that future updates will more clearly focus on "improving things" and "enhancing [game's] quality." As such, the company would do well to release this patch as soon as possible because there are more patches on the way.
They need to hurry up and fix the game so we can get new stuff
The company must address the bigger problems of Cyberpunk 2077 as soon as possible. Even the smaller bugs that keep the game from being played can't be fixed because of the bigger ones. Cyberpunk 2077's development team cannot add content that fans have requested since they've been dealing with the same issues since launch.
In demos shown at expos such as E3, gameplay features such as optical camouflage and allies using their own cybernetic enhancements during missions appeared to have been cut. A much more robust customization system was also expected, not only to create characters but also to customize V's car and housing. Additionally, Night City includes a number of inaccessible locations, including train stations and areas of Pacifica that do not seem complete.
This month should be the month for 1.3 because they've teased fans for too long, and they have to answer to companies like Sony. CD Projekt Red is losing a lot of money because the PlayStation Store won't allow the game back on the store until the bigger issues are resolved.
A release this month just seems too logical.