A few days ago, CD Projekt RED president Adam Kiciński made the point that Cyberpunk 2077 would be seen as a very good game in the long run for several reasons.
This argument was, shall we say, ridiculed by some. But reality is catching up with that, at least on Steam. Cyberpunk 2077 was and is available there for 29.99 euros as part of the fall sale.
And it’s not just current the world’s bestseller on Steam. The game’s approximately 20,000 “recent reviews” agree that the game should be rated “very positively”.
There are new players who apparently have a different experience with Cyberpunk 2077 than players at launch. Before that, Cyberpunk 2077 already had a “largely positive” rating on Steam, based on more than 400,000 user reviews.
The deluge of highly positive reviews of the game has not gone unnoticed by the developers either. Quest Director Pawel Sasko thanks the fans on Twitter. “You can’t imagine what that means to me,” Sasko says.
Is public opinion on the game really turning, as predicted by Kiciński? Cyberpunk 2077 even has a chance to win two prestigious The Game Awards this year. The game has been nominated in two categories. CD Projekt RED recently announced that the next-gen version of Cyberpunk 2077 will be delayed until next year.
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