A planned standalone, multiplayer version of Cyberpunk 2077 is being “reconsidered,” developer CD Projekt Red says, as the company reconfigures itself for a new development structure going forward.
In a “strategy update” video posted Tuesday, CDPR CEO Adam Kicinski mentioned that the team had previously “hinted that our next AAA would be a multiplayer Cyberpunk game, but we have decided to reconsider this plan given our new more systematic and agile approach [to development].”
Instead, CDPR will be focusing on “building an online technology that can be seamlessly integrated into all of our future games,” Kicinski said. That means developing technologies that can “power online components we choose to add to our games without any technological delay.”
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