The CD Projekt Red studio began its career as CD Projekt, creating polish language localisations for games in the 90s. At the beginning it was a small studio located in Warsaw, which was tentatively entering the game market. In 2002, the first full-fledged production of the studio appeared. They created a game called The Witcher, and it was made on the basis of Andrzej Sapkowski's books.
The studio continued creating localisations in later years. However, the studio has found its purpose in creating productions referring to the Saga about The Witcher. None of the games, however, matched the popularity of the last, created in 2015, the third part of The Witcher series: Wild Hunt. The game brought international fame and great popularity to the Warsaw located studio.
By entering the international gaming scene, CD Projekt Red decided to create a completely new game, different from the original trend. That's how Cyberpunk 2077 was created.
Cyberpunk 2077 is a game based on a “paper” story called Cyberpunk and the role-playing game Cyberpunk 2020 from 1990. The release of this game has been planned for the first half of 2020. That’s a little bit funny because the game’s inspirational title was set in this year. The game is to be released simultaneously on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, unless new generation consoles are released by that time. This kind of scenario is also anticipated in talks with the creators.
Cyberpunk 2077 is a sandbox action FPP game. In Cyberpunk 2077 the elements of RPG are noticeable, that is, among other things, an extensive system of character development. The game has been set in the world of the near future in which there is no shortage of science-fiction elements. As you can easily guess by the title, the game represents the cyberpunk genre. This means that it shows a dystopian, not very optimistic version of the future, in which the high development of technology and cybernetics is intertwined with the still unresolved problems of the present society.
Cyberpunk 2077 is a hot and awaited game, not only by fans of the genre