We still don't know much about Cyberpunk 2077 beyond the original cinematic teaser trailer released years ago, but CD Projekt Red is almost ready to start talking about the game more. On stage at the company financial results presentation, CD Projekt Red president Adam Kici?ski didn't give away much about the game. He did tout the company's commitment to making a game that works on current and next-generation hardware.
"The next gen hasn’t been announced yet, so we can only speculate," Kici?ski said when asked if Cyberpunk 2077 was a cross-generational title. "Technology-wise, Cyberpunk is very advanced. Our technology is ready to interface with future generations. The game is developed in such a way that it can use future, very powerful equipment, but I cannot tell you more beyond that today, as no future generation of consoles have been announced so far."
That focus on high-power consoles and future generations means that one platform is going to be left out in the cold. CD Projekt Red isn't looking towards the Nintendo Switch as a development platform at this time. The studio's major titles are "focusing on the strongest devices out there, high spec PCs and consoles," though Kici?ski said that CDPR will "see what the future brings."
In terms of a potential multiplayer mode for Cyberpunk 2077, Kici?ski said that "anything and everything" is being considered. Beyond that, the studio declined to comment on it. Kici?ski did stress that Cyberpunk would be a single-player game with a single purchase.
When asked about when the studio would be talking more about Cyberpunk 2077 in detail, Kici?ski declined to offer more details.
"I can’t announce the announcement. We will announce it just before," Kici?ski replied when asked about the game being at E3 2018.