Has any content been deleted from Cyberpunk 2077? Rumor has it that this is exactly what happened. A supposed developer had stated that content had to be deleted in order to meet the set release date. The deleted content is to be published later via DLC. Now the developers, CD Projekt Red, take a position and deny it because “the story is simply not true”.


The developers used Twitter to comment on the rumors that an alleged developer of CD Projekt Red had published on Reddit. This “developer” wanted to remain anonymous. He stated that entire quests and around 2077 lines of dialog had been deleted from Cyberpunk 50.000 in order to meet the release date. A sequence in Night City is also said to have fallen victim to the scissors. And Keanu Reeves aka Johnny Silverhand was therefore just a kind of stopgap solution, actually the actor Cillian Murphy (including Batman) should have served as a template for an even cooler character.

Cyberpunk 2077: developers deny history

According to the alleged developer, the missing content should have been submitted through DLC by early summer 2021. In the meantime, the “real developers” have taken action and have spoken out on the rumors about Cyberpunk 2077 on Twitter, although they would normally not comment on them in these situations. You make an exception because “the story is simply not right,” said CD Projekt Red. A clear denial by the developers. The short-term plans for Cyberpunk 2077 have recently been determined: Two comprehensive updates will be rolled out in January and February, which are intended to correct the currently most serious errors.

Especially owners of last-gen consoles, namely the Xbox One and Playstation 4, are affected: Gamers are increasingly reporting errors and frame rate drops, and in some cases Cyberpunk 2077 is even assumed to be “unplayable”. Shortly after the release in mid-December, CD Projekt Red had to fight against storms of rage, in the meantime US law firms filed lawsuits and Sony removed the game from the PS store.

In the meantime, the action role-playing game has become much quieter, probably also because the developers keep making it clear that they are working on improvements and have released a few patches in the meantime. In the meantime, Cyberpunk 2077 is also being praised far more often by console gamers, especially for its quest design and story - more and more gamers seem to be accepting visual losses as long as the role-playing game runs free of crashes on the last-gen consoles.

CD Projekt Red has announced the first official DLC on the game's official website. The download content is to be published at the beginning of the year. However, it is still unclear what the DLC will be about: It is not even hinted at which content the expansion will include. “More information about this soon,” is the announcement by the developers. Due to the current commitment, it can be assumed that CD Projekt Red will only publish small additional content, because the majority of the capacities are used for the development of the upcoming patches, but the team could reconcile the players and want to surprise them: maybe even with new quests ?

Cyberpunk 2077 is currently available for Playstation 4, Xbox One, PC and Google Stadia. Versions for Xbox Series X | S are to follow in 2021, as is a multiplayer mode.


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