CD Projekt Red Call Cyberpunk 2077 a “Really Big Game” in Special 2077th Tweet

CD Projekt Red, as fate would seem to have it, recently celebrated their 2077th tweet on Twitter by sharing a special message with fans where they referred to it as a “really big game”. That number carries significant meaning in particular to the studio as their next release is Cyberpunk 2077.

In their 2077th tweet, CD Projekt Red took the time to thank its fans for creating an awesome community around the game while also stressing just how important it was for them to continue communicating with fans.

They also went on to add that the developers read the Twitter account every single day, ensuring that anyone who has any feedback or suggestions actually gets listened to. It’s clear from the message that the studio feels that listening to and engaging with their community is absolutely crucial to their success. After all, without their fans, their games won’t be the successes they are today.

Cyberpunk 2077 is arguably one of the most anticipated games right now, and while CD Projekt Red are great at talking to their community, details about the game are still rather thin. However, fans will be reassured that Cyberpunk 2077 will be filled with content and will be a long game as a result of CD Projekt Red referring to it as a “really big game”.

While there is no release date yet for the game, we’re hoping to get more details about Cyberpunk 2077 at E3 later this year, where CD Projekt Red are set to make an appearance. There’s a possibility we may get a release date too or at least a release window. Although given that development on the game is still continuing even now, it seems more likely that the game will release next year rather than this fall.

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