Cyberpunk 2077 Has Officially Been Fixed According To CD Projekt Red With Focus Moving Towards The Witcher 4, Although Some Fans May Still Disagree

After a Cyberpunk 2077's legendary journey of ups and downs comes to an end, CD Projekt Red is now all eyes with The Witcher 4: Polaris.

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  • The further development process on Cyberpunk 2077 finally stops.
  • There isn't a single developer working on the game out of the total of 630 developers at the company.
  • CD Projekt Red is now shifting its whole focus to The Witcher 4: Polaris.
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Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the biggest releases of this generation. CD Projekt Red took a freaking nine-year period to make this game a reality. Now, among the buzz of The Witcher 4, this open-world title still holds a special place among the millions of fans. However, the journey of Cyberpunk wasn’t that smooth initially.


The game stumbled right after its launch in December 2020. After its release, the title was infected with bugs and glitches, making all the efforts in the long eight years go in vain. That’s when the Phantom Liberty DLC comes in, which revived Cyberpunk‘s fortunes in September 2023. Now, it seems the end of the era of this popular open-world title.

No More Developers Are Working on Cyberpunk 2077

There will be no more DLCs or any further development of Cyberpunk 2077.
There will be no more DLCs or any further development of Cyberpunk 2077.

In recent financial results, CD Projekt Red has revealed that not a single developer in the company is working on Cyberpunk 2077 anymore. As things stand, all the aspirations regarding the game are complete, and the company is looking forward to working on other titles.


A chart shared by the development company on X shows the number of developers working on different titles. It showcases that on February 29, 2024, there were at least 17 developers working on Cyberpunk 2077 out of the total 627 developers at CD Projekt Red.

And now it seems there is nothing more to work on, as as of April 30, 2024, there hasn’t been a single person working on this game for the first time in more than a decade.


After a disastrous beginning, Cyber Punk 2077 pulled off a grand comeback after the game-changing Update 2.0, which brought the Phantom Liberty DLC. This expansion came with some highly wanted and unique features, loved by all the fans, like a new perk system, advanced AI, and many more.

Then came Patch 2.1, Patch 2.11, and Patch 2.12, which fixed a lot of the remaining issues, including the myriad bugs, and that’s how it all wrapped up for Cyberpunk 2077. CD Projekt Red is looking for the sequel to this game, codenamed Orion, with 56 people working on it.

Is The Witcher 4 on the cards?

The Witcher 4 hasn't yet entered the production phase.
The Witcher 4 hasn’t yet entered the production phase.

In that X post shared by CD Projekt Red, the majority of developers are seen working on a project, which is shown by the huge green part of the graph. As of April 30, 2024, a total of 407 developers are working on The Witcher 4: Polaris.


A few months ago, on February 29, 403 developers were working on Polaris too, which shows CD Projekt Red is quite serious about this title. 407 out of 630 developers on a single project indicate that the development process is in full flow.

However, the interesting part is that the company hasn’t yet fully moved into production regarding Polaris. In a video accompanying CD Projekt Red’s latest financial results, CEO Piotr Nielubowicz stated the same.

[PL/EN] Grupa CD PROJEKT - wyniki finansowe za I kwartał 2024 r. | KOMENTARZ


The Witcher 4‘s swift development makes fans relieved, as this title has been long anticipated by them. On the other hand, the end of the legendary journey of Cyberpunk 2077 truly brings tears to the eyes of all the fans.

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Written by Nilendu Brahma

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I'm Nilendu Brahma, a gaming aficionado who's carved a niche in esports and FPS journalism. With stints at GosuGamers and EssentiallySports under my belt, I've honed my craft in delivering top-notch coverage of titles like Call of Duty and Valorant. My passion for gaming traces back to my childhood, fueling my drive to delve deep into the virtual worlds I love. Armed with a Bachelor's in English Literature, I infuse my writing with a unique blend of literary finesse and gaming expertise. Currently, I'm weaving captivating narratives for FandomWire, captivating readers with every word.