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Cyberpunk 2077 loses 79 percent of its player base in one month

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Red CD projectBesieged RPG Cyberpunk 2077 It has lost 79 percent of its player base since its launch just a month ago.

This is according to a new analysis from the Video Game Statistics website GitHyp, Which indicates that the game’s player base decreased to 225,000 players per day on Steam from its peak of more than 1 million concurrent players. In comparison, the latest release of CD Projekt RED, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, It retained more than half of its player base a month after its release in May 2015.

However, the report also stated that the 79 percent decline is typical for most single-player games, which usually lose the same or more of their player base, noting that open-world games are usually an exception. GitHyp also noted that CDPR has a “solid track record in fixing its PC games after its launch,” saying that this is one of the reasons the game “maintains a positive average score on Steam”.

Although controversial about Cyberpunk 2077 And losing its player base, the game continued to sell well on Steam. to me PC gamesThe game has remained the best-selling game on Steam since the week ending November 22.

CDPR previously claimed this It has sold more than 13 million copies Cyberpunk 2077Even considering refund requests across all platforms. Nearly 8 million copies are said to be from pre-orders alone. According to a previous report.

Currently CDPR He faces a class action On Cyberpunk 2077Buggy launch. On December 24th. Manhattan’s Rosen Law Firm has filed the lawsuit against the developer “on behalf of people or entities who have purchased or have purchased CD Projekt Red Publicly traded papers.”

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