The long wait for Cyberpunk 2077 is slowly coming to an end. And our interest in the game keeps rising with constant teases of new gameplay and content through the Cyberpunk’s official YouTube channel

With the release of the game being less than just two months away, CD Projekt Red (CDPR) is making sure that the game meets everyone’s needs and expectations.

CDPR making Cyberpunk 2077 just right.

 The Witcher 3 game is known to be a marvel of RPG creation with incredible storytelling; however, many gamers found the primary campaign to be too long. And that’s not even counting all of the sidequests that you could spend even hours to complete!

It even led to tremendous amounts of people not finishing the game despite getting pretty far in and ultimately leading up to a lot of complaints directed at CDPR, which Senior Quest Designer, Patrick K. Mills, confirmed during the latest Night City Wire coverage.

In response to avoid such a situation and to ensure that gamers will be able to experience the game as a whole, Cyberpunk 2077 will have a shorten primary campaign compared to The Witcher 3. However, Mills ensured that apart from this, more content will still be available for gamers to experience; yay for side quests!

As a gamer who enjoys RPGs more than anything, I genuinely don’t understand the need to reduce the length of story content. First off, it’s an RPG which means the only reason you are going out of your way to buy and play it, is to enjoy the story in the first place.

Second off, even if it’s a long campaign the fact that you’re still in the game and pushing to the end means it’s doing something right with its content which should be appreciated because most games nowadays don’t even have a decent story content.

Hopefully, the shorten length of the campaign of Cyberpunk 2077 doesn’t impact CDPR’s incredible storytelling experience. November 19 can’t come soon enough for me!

Ibrahim's a hardcore gamer and Star Wars fan. He's obsessed with Obi-Wan Kenobi, even claiming that he's a descendant of the fictional Jedi Master. Other than that delusion, Ibrahim's pretty down to earth, collecting figures and buying games he'll never finish.