CD Projekt Red has announced that a new Redstreams will arrive tomorrow at 4:00 p.m. CET (10:00 a.m. ET, 7:00 a.m. PT). CD Projekt Red hasn’t said exactly what the stream will be about, but judging by the h Cyberpunk-speak in the tweet, we’re guessing it has something to do with Cyberpunk 2077.
“We’re gonna talk things over, you know,” is the only clue we get. Tune in to CD Projekt Red’s Twitch channel for more details tomorrow.
But I have word quotas to hit, so it’s time to hit the speculation button. Last November, CD Projekt delayed current-gen Cyberpunk and Witcher 3 updates to early 2022, with Cyberpunk 2077 getting it in Q1. A second “major update” would also arrive in early 2022, although no details on this were provided, and discussion continued on a proposed Cyberpunk expansion.
So based on that alone, we can expect to see all three topics covered during tomorrow’s livestream. If we’re really lucky, we’ll get a surprise current-gen update for PS5 and Xbox Series X | S, then the livestream will spend most of its time discussing the next major update and when we can expect the game’s first expansion.
But at the same time, don’t get too excited. CD Projekt Red already confirmed earlier this month that it was transferring its resources to begin work on two unannounced triple-A games. Sure, CD Projekt has grown since Cyberpunk 2077 began with an acquisition or two, but how much more work can you put into Cyberpunk 2077 with two more triple-A games on the way?
Things have been pretty quiet for Cyberpunk 2077. The game received a minor update in January that everyone was hoping was the current-gen update, but it turned out to be next to nothing. It was the first update since last October, and since then we’ve really seen Cyberpunk players wasting time ninja-ing their way to Arasaka Tower. This livestream will be the first real Cyberpunk news in months. Hope it’s worth the wait.
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