Clue suggests Cyberpunk 2077 multiplayer still lives

Clue suggests Cyberpunk 2077 multiplayer still lives

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Clue suggests Cyberpunk 2077 multiplayer still lives

By Rodolfo León
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08/23/2021 5:13 pm

At the end of last year, CD Projekt RED indefinitely paused multiplayer development and game expansions Cyberpunk 2077, this in order to focus on correcting the base game before anything else. Its authors promised to share more news about its progress in 2021, something that obviously has not happened (at least with respect to multiplayer). This has led to the belief that he may never come out, but a new clue indicates that he is still alive.

The YouTuberTyler mcvicker shared a new video this weekend in which he mentions that he found clues regarding expansions and multiplayer in the Cyberpunk 2077 update executable. Specifically, McVicker He said that upon close examination of the game’s version 1.3 executable, he found several files under the name “MultiplayerGyms “, as well as other clues that point to the existence of this mode. However, these last tracks are about an old version of the game, that is, they are no longer relevant to the game. build current.

Repeatedly, CDPR mentioned that the multiplayer section of Cyberpunk 2077 They weren’t just considering it as “another expansion” of the title, but it would be such an ambitious project that it could even be taken as “their own independent AAA category production.” Due to all the bugs, glitches and other technical errors that the game continues to have, it is easy to assume that it will take a very long time to have the first official details about its multiplayer.

Clue suggests Cyberpunk 2077 multiplayer still lives

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Clue suggests Cyberpunk 2077 multiplayer still lives

Rodolfo Leon

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