Cyberpunk 2077: RPG soon at PlayStation Now or Xbox Game Pass?
The Game Honors are a yearly award ceremony that benefits solutions in the video game market. At the celebrations are also ideas of new titles as well as thorough aim to see currently introduced games. The programs are generated as well as regulated by Geoff Kafka, who has actually benefited over 10 years on its precursor, the Spike Computer Game Awards.
The release of the role-playing game Cyberpunk 2077 is now almost exactly one year. Time enough that it could go to the offer of subscription services PlayStation Now and / or Xbox Game Pass ? The relevant developer studio CD project Red speaks against it.
Cyberpunk 2077 at PS Now and Xbox Game Pass?
Company President Adam Kaminski expressed itself as part of an investor conference on the subject. CD Project Red Line not categorically such a step. However, at least in the near future, one should not expect.
We always consider all the business opportunities. But this subscription model is only perfect from a certain time, nor is it too early. Witcher 3 was available for some time (in the Xbox Game Pass and PlayStation Now). But we always have to pay the benefits and costs. We need to compare the subscription numbers with the sales figures, so this is a decision based on this data. It is way too early for cyberpunk.
Witcher 3 at PS Now and Xbox Game Pass
CD project Red had The Witcher 3 in December 2019 for the Xbox Game Pass released, which missed the role-play a decent thrust at that time. In March this year, it was removed from the offer of the subscription service. Nevertheless, this example shows that this step could also be worthwhile for cyberpunk 2077 (now €46.99). CD project Red waits only the right time.
In the near future there are big things for Cyberpunk 2077 on the program. Thus, against early 2022, a extensive update appears, the current-gene versions for the PS5 and Xbox Series X / S are planned for the first quarter of the next year.
Source: CD project red
From André left author & Lukas Schmidt Editorial manager 30.11.2021 at 10:25