Cyberpunk 2077 continues in its path of evolution and enrichment, and perhaps to go beyond the game in question, the lead quest designer Pawel Saxony decided to turn to the players to receive feedback right on the quests.
As reported in the tweet below, the developers are carrying out a general review of what has been done on Cyberpunk 2077 through a retrospective and this includes an analysis of the quests and how they were received by the players, for this reason he decided to contact the public directly for feedback.
“The goal is to improve, to identify what worked well and what didn’t go as well, trying to understand why, “wrote Sasko, inviting everyone to respond using the Cyberpunk 2077 hashtag to express their point of view on the game’s quests.
The declared intent is therefore a general retrospective, but it is possible that the feedback collected can also be used to improve the quests within the expansions or in any case in the future contents of Cyberpunk 2077, as well as in the next games of the Polish team.
Recently, the game has been updated with patch 1.31 on PC, PS4, Xbox and Stadia, bringing with it several new features, also the developers have clarified that there is no certainty of the arrival in 2021 as regards the next gen upgrades. by Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3.