“Cyberpunk 2077” crunch was “not that bad,” says CD Projekt RED...

The President and Co-CEO of CD Projekt RED, Adam Kiciński, has addressed the studio’s recent crisis Cyberpunk 2077.

In a recent interview with investors, Kiciński talked about the six-week crunch phase, especially since the studio had previously announced that it would be introducing a “non-mandatory crunch policy”. When asked if the final delay in the game would ease the pressure on the development team, Kiciński said the crush phase “wasn’t that bad – and never was”.

“Of course it’s a story that got the media coverage and some people have crunched a lot, but a large part of the team haven’t been grinding at all since they finished their jobs,” he added.

Kiciński said the smaller team were “happy” with the delay in the game and the extra time to finish their work. “[It’s] mostly about questions and answers and engineers, programmers – but it’s not that hard; Of course it will be expanded a bit, but we have feedback from the team. They are happy about the additional three weeks, so we don’t see any threat in relation to the crisis. ”

Cyberpunk 2077. Photo credit: CD Projekt RED

Kiciński was also asked if the newly announced three-week delay was enough time for the studio to resolve any issues with the game. He said the game is already ready to be released and could have hit the scheduled November 19th release date, but that the extra three weeks would give the team additional time to make changes and corrections.

“First impressions are crucial and in the long run it will work in our favor if a few things get done that wouldn’t have been done in time for the 19th,” he added. “We feel – maybe not well, but confident and publish on 10. [of December]. ”

During the call, Kiciński also confirmed that the PC and the next-gen version of the game are already ready for release. “[We] Have the game ready on PC and it’ll play great on both next-gen consoles, ”he said. “We’re finalizing the process for the current generation.”

The investor call comes just a day after the company announced it was delaying Cyberpunk 2077 For the third time from November 19th to December 10th. After the postponement, Kiciński announced that the CD Projekt RED team had received death threats due to the delay.

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