Well, I wasn’t really worried about Cyberpunk 2077 *before*…

…but I kind of am now:

I’m reminded of a line from, God help us all, Grease 2: “I got this essay on the fall of Rome. I didn’t even know they were in trouble!” Likewise, I was not aware before that CD Projekt Red was dealing with what might be a sour working environment — but I have since gotten myself up to speed on the situation, and it is a little worrisome. While you’re only as good as your last game, it’s in the development process that you start to see the first signs of trouble. Which actually may not really show up in Cyberpunk 2077; but if CDPR is not growing properly, you’ll definitely see that in the next Witcher installment. And there will be another Witcher. The only reason why the fans aren’t clamoring for another one right away is because CDPR came up with such an oh-I-want-this project.

So maybe CDPR should think about easing up a little on whatever’s causing the grumbling? Even if it does mean spending a little money. Too tight a grip is as bad as too loose* of one.

Moe Lane

*Dang, I almost auto-corrected that.


  • bensdad00 says:

    Apropos of Nothing, Amazon thinks books related to this article are two tomes on fishing and seamanship in the age of sail and a Thai cookbook.

    • Luke says:

      I get a stainless steel gas cooktop, and Nautica girls uniform pants.
      The algorithm has issues with this post.

    • junior says:

      Got the fishing and seamanship books (which I’ve seen show up in other posts), and Bat Boy Lives!

  • Luke says:

    Getting Destiny flashbacks…
    All the leftist/crazycakes virtue signaling going on in game development recently makes me very leery when the anonymous comments of employees focus on administration interfering with the people who love games and have a background making them.

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