CD Projekt Red representative have debunked the recent Cyberpunk 2077 rumours, which revealed details about the troubled development, cut content and the studio's plans for "No Man's Sky Next" style comeback.
Earlier this week, an alleged CD Projekt Red developer shared some unverified details about the development of Cyberpunk 2077. The info in the post suggested that CD Projekt Red plan to re-introduce a lot of cut content by June 2021 and there was also some interesting stuff about the development issues as well as Keanu Reeves part in the game.
It's safe to say that the rumour quickly spread like a wildfire all over the social media and gaming forums. Once again, the Cyberpunk 2077 hype train was in full speed but as we wrote in our coverage of the rumour, these things can often turn out to be fake so a dose of scepticism is certainly required.
And it looks like the rumour was indeed fake. Over on Cyberpunk 2077 forum, a CD Projekt Red representative replied with a simple statement. Here it is in full:
"We usually do not comment on rumours, but this is simply not true," it's written in the post.
So there you have it, folks, CD Projekt Red have officially stated that the rumour is fake so don't get your hopes up for that No Man's Sky Next-style makeover and comeback, which many players desperately want.
If we had to guess, we would say CD Projekt Red will fix those annoying bugs and issues and probably introduce new content but the stuff like whole new gameplay mechanics and areas probably won't arrive until the first expansion drops.