“Thank you so much for the second chance chooms”: Cyberpunk 2077’s Game Director Celebrates Incredible Achievement Made All the More Impressive By the Broken Mess it Launched As

Rise of Cyberpunk 2077!

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  • CD Projekt RED's Associate Game Director recently stopped by X and thanked the Cyberpunk 2077 fanbase.
  • Sasko's thank you post is for the loyal folks who gave the game a second chance.
  • Cyberpunk 2077 earned the "Extremely Positive" tag in recent Steam reviews.
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Cyberpunk 2077 continues its rise from the ashes. While it may not boast hundreds of thousands of players currently, it is emerging from its troubled past, when it was notorious for its initial issues. This transformation is reflected in its reviews on platforms like Steam, where it is no longer labeled as ‘Mostly Negative’


Cyberpunk 2077 is making excellent use of its second chance, and now, after several years, it has the reviews on Steam that it rightfully deserved from the beginning. CD Projekt RED immediately recognizes this and celebrates this success by thanking its fan base.

Cyberpunk 2077’s Game Director Thanks Players for Second Chance

5 percent of Cyberpunk 2077‘s last 7,029 reviews are “Overwhelmingly Positive.”

After a disappointing launch in 2020, things appear to be on track for Cyberpunk 2077. CD Projekt RED’s Associate Game Director Paweł Sasko recently stopped by X, formerly known as Twitter, and thanked the Cyberpunk 2077 fanbase.


Paweł Sasko’s thank you post is for the loyal folks who gave the game a second chance despite the initial disastrous problems and helped it earn the “Overwhelmingly Positive” label in recent Steam reviews.

At the time of writing, 95 percent of Cyberpunk 2077‘s last 7,029 reviews are “Overwhelmingly Positive.” Additionally, 83 percent of all 651,457 reviews are “Very Positive.” In his post, Sasko stated that they never gave up and always believed they would succeed. To be honest, one of the things fans value most is CD Projekt RED taking responsibility for its mistakes and working tirelessly to fix them.

Although Cyberpunk 2077 no longer has a huge player base, it continues to serve its loyal audience. According to SteamDB data, the game has an average of 13,000 concurrent players and peaked at 30,000 in the last 24 hours.


Considering the number of concurrent players, it can be said that Cyberpunk 2077 has a stable performance. Additionally, it reached its all-time peak during its initial release and is not expected to surpass 1 million concurrent players any time soon.

What Has Cyberpunk 2077 Done Right in Four Years?

The disastrous launch of Cyberpunk 2077 resulted in a lot of negative things.

To be honest, it took a while for the game to be fully adopted, but that’s still something for players. At least now, fans can experience a decent game. So, what has the title done right in these four years to establish the bond with fans that it needed to establish at launch?

The disastrous launch in 2020 resulted in a lot of negative things, including the game’s removal from the PlayStation Store, refunds, extremely negative reviews, and even lawsuits against CD Projekt RED. Whatever you call it, launching a work that is not ready as if it were already done is one of the biggest mistakes that can be made.


Perhaps the multiple postponements of the game and the impatience of fans led the developer to act hastily, but as we all know, this resulted in a huge disaster.

Despite all this, the developer did not give up. They first launched a flurry of updates that resolved errors and bugs in the game. Then, they ensured a healthy connection with the game by adding content that would attract people’s attention. This helped eliminate prejudice against the game and even increased expectations for a sequel.

So, what do you think about Cyberpunk 2077? Are you playing the game? Please share your thoughts in the comment section below.


Written by Tunahan Karakis

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Tunahan is an author who entered the gaming world at a young age and loves to share what he has learned with his readers. He is an enthusiast of GTA, FIFA (EA FC), Uncharted, and The Last of Us.