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    CD Projekt Red Closes the Chapter on Cyberpunk 2077

      TL;DR: CD Projekt Red has ended development on Cyberpunk 2077, marking a significant moment in gaming. The game’s decade-long journey included delays, updates, and the Phantom Liberty expansion. Attention now turns to Project Orion, signaling a new chapter for the studio.

    End of an Era: Cyberpunk 2077 Development Concludes

    After more than a decade since its initial announcement, CD Projekt Red has officially ceased development on the ambitious and controversial title, Cyberpunk 2077. This marks a significant moment in gaming history, as the game's prolonged development cycle and post-launch saga have been closely followed by industry professionals and gamers alike.

    A Decade of Development and Dedication

    Cyberpunk 2077's journey began with its reveal in 2012, promising a groundbreaking experience within the dystopian Night City. Over the years, the game saw numerous delays, a trend that continued post-launch as the developers committed to improving the game's performance and content. Despite the challenges, CD Projekt Red released multiple updates and patches, culminating in the substantial Phantom Liberty expansion.

    Shifting Focus to New Horizons

    With the conclusion of Cyberpunk 2077's active development, the talented team at CD Projekt Red is now redirecting its focus towards future projects. This includes the much-anticipated follow-up to Cyberpunk 2077, codenamed Project Orion, which is currently in the early stages of development at CD Projekt Red North America. The end of Cyberpunk 2077's development cycle is not just a closure but also a new beginning for the studio as it embarks on creating the next chapter in the Cyberpunk saga.

    Image Credit: CD Projekt Red

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