“I think it could have been better”; the linearity of Cyberpunk 2077 has caused complaints that are more than justified for its mission director – Cyberpunk 2077

many remember cyberpunk 2077 by the state with which it was launched on the market. Users were stunned to see that the long-awaited adventure of CD Project RED arrived full of bugs and other problems that ruined the gaming experience, which led to multiple complaints from players and even a shareholder lawsuit. Many months have passed since this accidental premiere, but there are still those who express their discontent towards another of the elements that make up the adventure: decisions and their impact on the development of the story.

And it is that many users thought that the player’s choices would have a stronger impact on the events of the game, something that, according to the mission director Paweł Sasko, is a more than justified complaint. This is how he comments in a streaming via twitch marked by PCGamesN: “There are many things that happened”, begins in the broadcast. “First, players were expecting more, they were expecting more because of how it’s built. The Witcher 3and I think Cyberpunk has a crazy amount of non-linearity, but I think the expectations were higher”.

After all, Cyberpunk 2077 has small ramifications that do not end up presenting big changes compared to what would have happened if we chose other options: “I think the smaller branches were not satisfactory enough”, continues Sasko. “As developers, we interpret non-linearity in a much broader way than gamers,” he adds, “Gamers are just left with ‘Can I make completely different decisions and see completely different content?'”

“I think it’s okay, I think it could have been better,” the quest director continues. “We know how to do better and you would expect more from us“. In this way, we can hope that the next installments developed by CD Projekt RED take more into account the great ramifications of its history, although we have no choice but to wait for new releases to verify it.

Waiting for Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty

Players looking to return to the Cyberpunk 2077 universe will be pleased by this news, as it may be an indication that CD Projekt RED is improving the way it presents its stories. Therefore, we may see the results of these musings with Phantom Liberty, the largest expansion in studio history which will be released sometime this 2023.

As if this were not enough, it should be remembered that the universe of Cyberpunk 2077 will be expanded with the release of a sequeleven though everything indicates that things are going long.