CD Projekt Red "Probably" Won't Port Cyberpunk 2077 To Nintendo Switch

Joanna Estrada
October 16, 2019

I feel it's a foul concept to do microtransactions after you launch a recreation.

And now, coming straight from PAX Australia Event, we have learned that CD Projekt Red probably won't port Cyberpunk 2077 to Nintendo Switch.

Cyberpunk 2077 has been making headlines from the very start when its teaser trailer was launched which showcased Keanu Reeves.

Mamais recently spoke to Gamespot about Cyberpunk 2077 and the head of the Krakow's office confirmed that they have no intention of introducing microtransactions in the game since it would make the fans unhappy. But it was during the recent Gamescom 2019, that we got to see glimpses of the game. Instead, this was surprising because The Witcher 3 has always been held as one of the more graphically-demanding games of this generation. On the other hand, developers like Bungie say games like Destiny 2 wouldn't be able to fund the creation of new content without cash boosters from players through in-game purchases. "Who knows? It's not decided yet".

Since the game is being released months before the release of next-gen consoles like PS5 and next-gen Xbox, Mamais was asked about whether the game will be upgraded, he said "It's going to be awesome". In the video, we see the protagonist using the software to make the enemy attack themselves by target the arm and commanding the arm to attack the rest of the body. It's fun watching games evolve; they're looking more and more realistic, which is-I like working on games like that. It's probably a hard decision for the guy that runs the business to decide if we should do it or not. But when everybody hates it, why would we do one thing like that and lose the goodwill of our prospects?

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