The newly released 1. 3 patch to Cyberpunk 2077 did not live up to the expectations of the game‘s fans, however gave another hope. In the patch files, testy dataminers found indications that the studio continues to work on two major additions, engine improvements and multiplayer mode.
Insider Tyler McVicker released on his YouTube channel video analysis of finds. He said that the patch contained a range of inconspicuous innovations at first glance.
And the main one of them is the redesign of the RED Engine, which facilitates the introduction of new features, mechanics, and systems. As we know, a lot of promised features did not make it to the release version of the game.
Probably now the studio is working to get them all the way to working. In addition, the files indicate that work is ongoing on the second addition as well as on the online mode.
Initially, CD Projekt RED planned to release a separate large-budget Cyberpunk 2077 online game on the manner of GTA Online. The idea was then abandoned, instead promising to add online capabilities right into the main project.
But since then there has been no news about the multiplayer mode, and it has been found to be canceled. According to McVicker, a number of data indicates that Cyberpunk 2077 actually came out in beta early access state.
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