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Cyberpunk 2077: Denies that CDPR seeks a return to No Man’s Sky style

The company claims that alleged statements by developer are false

Due to its complicated launch, Cyberpunk 2077 has been the controversial game in recent weeks. This has caused many rumors about him to spread on different social networks. There was a recent one about a supposed return to the style of No Man’s Sky for Cyberpunk 2077 and it even makes mention of removed content, but CD Projekt RED claims that it is false.

A few days ago, statements from an alleged CD Projekt RED employee who spoke about the status of the study began to circulate in anonymous forums. For example, he mentions that the company is working towards an update that restores “deleted” content from Cyberpunk 2077 in June for a No Man’s Sky revival.

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Among the content they claim was cut from the game is an underground portion of Night City, which was allegedly removed because executives thought it looked ugly. They also claim that they wanted to implement content that was censored, such as showing child cases of drug use. They still wanted to do side missions where you could take the place of a MAX-TAC officer, but in the end it turned out to be very difficult.

It is also mentioned that the spirits of the studio members are at a very low point, although some are relieved that they no longer have the pressure to launch the game in a bad state. They also ensure that there will be departures of important members of the study in the coming months.

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