Lengthy-Time period Cyberpunk 2077 Gross sales Projection Seems to be Bleak, Says Analyst


Cyberpunk 2077 has already recouped its improvement prices and turned a revenue for CD Projekt RED, however its long-term efficiency stays a query mark. The title was delisted from the PlayStation Retailer three months in the past, and there’s nonetheless no ETA for its return. On prime of this, Cyberpunk 2077‘s Steam participant base has seen a major decline – a far cry from The Witcher III: Wild Hunt‘s efficiency on the platform. Now, analysis and analytics agency M Science has joined quite a few different analysts in reporting that the sport’s long-term gross sales projections are wanting bleak.

“We’ve seen vital deceleration within the tempo of digital unit gross sales of Cyberpunk 2077 in our information,” senior analyst Corey Barrett informed The Gamer by way of e-mail. “We consider the corporate may sell-through as few as 500,000 digital items within the March quarter. That is primarily based on the magnitude of deceleration we have now noticed, considering among the commentary the corporate has offered on preliminary post-launch gross sales.”

Barrett acknowledged that Cyberpunk 2077‘s PSN delisting has a job to play right here. Nevertheless, “incremental gross sales seem depressed on different platforms the place the title stays listed as effectively.”

Evaluating Cyberpunk 2077‘s efficiency to different heavy hitters, Barrett famous that the pure gross sales decline by way of new digital items is far increased for CD Projekt RED’s title in comparison with, say, Murderer’s Creed Valhalla.

That stated, Barrett thinks CD Projekt RED can flip issues round by releasing Cyberpunk 2077 on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Collection X, and aiming to increase its adoption on the brand new platforms.

[Supply: The Gamer]

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