CD Projekt has confirmed that Cyberpunk 2077 multiplayer is not a mode or a segment, it is a completely standalone title.
I’ve talked a lot about Cyberpunk 2077 and its multiplayer segment. First, we didn’t know if there would be any multiplayer. Then we found out it will, and that it will be monetized. After that, they revealed that the multiplayer project is the secret RPG that CD Projekt has been secretly working on. But no one ever addressed what it is. A mode, a segment, would it come as DLC, or as a part of an expansion? Today, however, we know that the Cyberpunk 2077 multiplayer project is a standalone game, as the people over at GamesRadar+ reported.
Adam Kaciński, the CEO of CD Projekt himself said that it won’t be a mode. It is a standalone product, at least that’s how they’re thinking about it. You can find out more if you head over to Seeking Alpha, as they translated the latest CD Projekt investor call.
Now, the only question is, when is this multiplayer standalone launching? Probably not for a year or two, as CD Projekt wants to focus on the single-player game that’s coming on December 10th. Then we’ll get the DLCs, and sometime after that, the multiplayer standalone will see the light of day.
What do you think, can a standalone multiplayer experience in the Cyberpunk 2077 universe work? Or will CD Projekt let greed consume them and make a generic spinoff with aggressive monetization? Let me know your comments down below!