Cyberpunk 2077, in addition to an engaging single player campaign, will also guarantee a multiplayer sector that will incorporate microtransactions. They will be designed down to the smallest detail to make happy gamers who will be thrilled to buy from the in-game shop. So at least the developers say.
Adam Kiciński, CEO of CD Projekt Red, in the recent financial meeting pointed out that the monetization system will not be invasive in any way, it will not transform the product into a "pay to win":
[In multiplayer] no, we won't be aggressive but expect great things to buy. Our goal is to design a monetization system that makes people happy to spend money. […] CP is a great environment to sell things, but microtransactions will not be aggressive, they will not upset the players but they will make them happy: this is our goal.
Kiciński then confirmed that Cyberpunk will follow the path of The Witcher III by guaranteeing free post launch content accompanied by paid expansions. More information will be released in the coming weeks.
Please note that the game has been postponed to November 19, the day it will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Cyberpunk 2077 will debut later on Xbox Series X and Playstation 5.
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