CD Projekt sees no place for microtransactions in single-player games

CD Projekt sees no place for microtransactions in single-player games
CD Projekt sees no place for microtransactions in single-player games
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CD Projekt’s chief financial officer, Piotr Nielubowicz, admitted in a recent conversation that his company has no room for microtransactions in single-player productions.

This is certainly good news for players eagerly awaiting The Witcher 4 and Cyberpunk 2 (both games are already in production), especially given the recent controversy related to Dragon’s Dogma 2’s microtransactions.

According to Stockwatch, Piotr Nielubowicz was asked if microtransactions would be added to the studio’s future games, and this is what he responded:

“We don’t see a place for microtransactions in the case of single-player games, but we don’t rule out that we will use this solution in the future in the case of multiplayer projects.”

Throughout the article, other curious questions were asked; for example, Karolina Gnaś, who handles investor relations at CD Projekt, was asked if all announced games would now have boxed versions, to which she said she will look at the direction of the market. At another point in the interview, the financial director also stated that, at the moment, the studio has no news to share in terms of new acquisitions, and that its strategy is based on organic development plans.

In a particularly amusing moment of the interview, the following question was also asked: “Serious and funny question: Ubisoft announced that it is now releasing AAAA games. So, do you dare to re-evaluate whether CD Projekt will continue to produce “only” AAA? ”

“Ours will be AAAAA” – replied Karolina Gnaś.


The article is in Portuguese

Tags: Projekt sees place microtransactions singleplayer games

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