After the not-so-successful release of Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt is going through difficult times. The game does not have the multimillion-dollar sales forecasted by analysts. And the position of the company itself, both globally and in Poland, has been visibly shaken.
For five years in a row, CD Projekt has received the highest award of the Giełdowa Spółka Roku ranking – its winners are chosen by stock market analysts, investment and management consultants, representatives of offices, offices, pension, and investment funds.
This year CD Projekt not only lost the title of the best company in the stock market – and with its potential investments. In the general list of nominees out of 120 companies, it was only in 61st place. Among game studios, Ten Square Games (8th place) and 11-bit studios (10th place) took the highest positions.
CD Projekt has already announced that it will hold a conference call for businesses, funds, investors, and financial analysts on 30 March. There, it will announce its new strategy for the coming years.
The company is not forgetting the disgruntled players. After CD Projekt presented some innovations of the anticipated Patch 1.2, the former fans brought down the Cyberpunk 2077 rating on Steam even more: they found the promises to be very modest. So the developers had to be reminded: this is just a small part of the update.
Patch 1.2 itself is currently being tested. The full list of changes and innovations will be published only shortly before the release.