Cyberpunk 2077 developer defends “hard decisions” around cutting content

Fans are very excited about Cyberpunk 2077, which launches in less than a month. After such a long development, it’s only fair that they want the game to be the best it can possibly be, but some fans are worried about developers cutting content from the final game. It’s safe to say that this is only an issue because the development has been uncommonly open, and fans have seen glimpses of the game for years. A demo of Cyberpunk was shown back in 2018, when it was two years away from being finished - so there have, understandably, been a lot of changes since then. The game isn’t even out yet, but rumours of cut content are circulating, and comparisons to CD Projekt Red’s last game The Witcher 3 are already rife. While The Witcher series is widely understood to include some of the best RPGs ever made, it's undeniable that its latest instalment is incredibly long and fans of the studio want the trend to continue in Cyberpunk. The developers spoke out on the Cyberpunk Discord server, in an attempt to reassure fans that cutting content is a normal process in game development and that they have nothing to worry about.

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