Cyberpunk 2077 Is ‘Slightly Shorter’ Than Witcher III Because a Lot of People Didn’t Finish the Campaign

CD Projekt RED beforehand mentioned that it’ll be implementing classes discovered from The Witcher III: Wild Hunt‘s improvement to Cyberpunk 2077, and plainly considered one of them entails the marketing campaign’s size. In a Twitch stream following the third Cyberpunk 2077 Night time Metropolis Wire, senior quest designer Patrick Ok. Mills revealed that the sport’s marketing campaign will likely be “barely shorter” than The Witcher III‘s as a result of a “great” quantity of individuals made it very far into the sport however gave up earlier than reaching the tip.

As noticed by ResetEra person Saucycarpdog, Mills mentioned:

The distinction between a completionist run and a principal story run – we do know that the primary story run in Cyberpunk 2077 is barely shorter than The Witcher III as a result of we received loads of complaints about Witcher III’s principal story simply being too lengthy. Trying on the metrics, you see great numbers of individuals performed via that sport actually far, however by no means made it to the tip. We would like you to see the complete story, so we did shorten the primary story, however we now have tons to do, and by way of a completionist marketing campaign, I simply don’t have that quantity.

The Witcher III‘s principal story takes greater than 50 hours to finish on common. Individuals can speedrun via the sport, in fact, however doing a mix of the primary story and a few extras can take greater than 100 hours.

Do our readers assume that The Witcher III is simply too lengthy? Share your ideas on the best online game size with us under.

[Source: ResetEra]

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