Cyberpunk 2077 has to be one of the most financially thriving titles to date. In a recent regulatory announcement, CD Projekt Red’s parent company, CD Projekt, has dropped mesmerizing news. According to them, the action RPG has already brought back development costs and marketing and promotional costs.
All that singlehandedly due to pre-order sales alone. CD Projekt’s Investor Relations account posted on Twitter that the game received over 8 million pre-orders. That figure speaks volumes about the game’s anticipation and forms how it’s doing exceedingly well lately.
What’s more, Cyberpunk 2077 was first announced almost nine years ago, back in 2012. It must have accumulated quite a heavy expenditure, but the fact that it covered all that in one single day paints a picture of the game’s success.
Gamsindustry.biz reports that CD Projekt’s stock suffers a decline in the wake of Cyberpunk’s release in other news. This is probably because of the game’s bugs and glitches on last-gen, making the owners of PlayStation 4 and Xbox One utterly disappointed.
While we’ve looked into the company’s current financial status regarding Cyberpunk 2077, a full-fledged investor report that documents the game’s success is likely to be released in 2021.