The launch of Cyberpunk 2077 has been one of the busiest in the entire history of the gaming industry. Despite all the hype the game had been building up over the years, this all fell apart once it got into the hands of fans. Now then, it seems that the aforementioned launch has caused tension between the workers of CD Projekt RED and the directors of the company.
As Bloomberg journalist Jason Schreier has revealed, workers are not happy with the results obtained, in addition to being concerned about the reputation of the study. Likewise, they have detailed that the dates put on the calendar have been unrealistic, in addition to emphasizing all the effort and that they have had to make the game ready on December 10.
On the other hand, the journalist assures that during the meeting that the directors had with Sony, to discuss the reimbursements, an employee complained to the board for having ensured that Cyberpunk 2077 was finished. As reported, the same employee assured that there was still too much work to do and that the game still had some more development time. With this, they make it clear to us that even the workers of CD Projekt RED are dissatisfied with everything that happened.