The game’s history got better after Cyberpunk 2077 released its big 1.6 patch earlier this month. I think CD project RED is happy at it, in the long-term it is because the support team which works on it has drastically reduced.

The company revealed that in its third quarter financial report, the biggest dev team in the studio is working on the Phantom Liberty DLC, due for release next year. The studio also shared games that the studios devs are focusing on now, too.

As it is obvious, the yellow bar for the supporting team has shrunk sharply in comparison to December 2021. The studio announced that a slate of new games will go on sale in the future without any definite release windows yet, it was understandable that most devs are working on an existing game only, with a story / first release.

In other projects, CD Projekt RED announced an entry in the The Witcher franchise alongside a remake of the first Witcher game. There’s also the next-gen version of The Witcher 3, which’s set for release next month, too.

That means that the Phantom Liberty will be much stronger and bug-free when it launches with the support of the armed forces.