Cyberpunk 2077 won’t launch with a multiplayer mode. Speaking at CD Projekt Red’s financial results conference, the company's president, Adam Kiciński also hinted that the game could be shown at E3 this year.
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Kiciński confirmed that the game would not have any multiplayer at launch, stating “first of all we’re going to deliver players a huge, story-driven role-playing game for a single player,” likening the release to that of 2015’s The Witcher 3. He said he didn’t want to comment on any further expansions, but said that “we already said in the past that we wanted our future projects to integrate online components at some point.”
Kiciński also hinted that Cyberpunk 2077 is likely to be shown at E3 2018. When asked about what would be shown at the event, he said the company would “announce it just before.” That could mean it’s not coming at all, but it’s much more likely that it will feature at some point.
Finally, Kiciński reiterated that there would be no microtransactions or “any hidden things whatsoever” in the game, and said that the studio’s focus was on “very advanced technology,” aimed at high end PCs and consoles.
You'll likely have to wait a little while to play, but rest assured, Cyberpunk is in safe hands, with a new studio opened specifically to help with development. Meanwhile, here are five things you didn't know about the world of Cyberpunk 2077.