Cyberpunk 2077 reaches 1 million daily players two years after its initial release and shortly after the update and Edgerunners anime. To learn more, keep reading.
One of the most anticipated video game releases of recent time was that it proved to be a bug-ridden mess from the start. Cars would be bouncing around, and police officers would not be doing their jobs. After playing for a long time, save files would become corrupted. CD Projekt Red even offered refunds for the game.
After two years, Cyberpunk 2077 was playable again. Players were beginning to enjoy the game again. This went on for a long time until something ignited interest in the game again in September. This update included new missions, skins, and more. The game even went on sale.
According to the official Twitter account, Cyberpunk 2077 has attracted a whopping 1 million daily users as a result of this update and the anime's buzz.
The game has also received a recent high of 86,068 concurrent players. While this is small compared to the one million concurrent players that Cyberpunk had at launch, it's still a significant achievement for the game. In fact, Pawel Sasko, the quest director for CD Project Red, thanked everyone for giving the game a second chance.
People who are interested in trying out the game can get it right now for a 50% discount. The game is available on Playstation 4, Playstation 5, Xbox One and Series X|S, and PC.
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