CD Projekt Red, the developers of the highly anticipated “Cyberpunk 2077,” have confirmed that the narrative-driven, open-world RPG’s launch in April next year will focus on the single-player campaign first and foremost.
In a post on Twitter, CD Projekt Red has confirmed that the multiplayer for the game is in the works and is seeking people with the necessary skills to help them out.
They also confirmed that the plan is to deliver the single-player campaign in April, follow that with free DLC and single-player content, and once all that’s done then kick off the multiplayer when it’s ready.
How long that will be after the single-player release is unclear though this would suggest at least a few months. That said, it does sound like they have a timetable in mind.
Set in the fictional world of Night City, California in the year 2077, the world is broken, while MegaCorps manage every aspect of life from the top floors of their sky-scraping fortresses. Down below, the streets are run by drug-pushing gangs, tech hustlers, and illegal braindance slingers.
The in-between is where decadence, sex and pop culture mix with violent crime, extreme poverty and the unattainable promise of the American Dream.