CD Projekt Red has announced that during the past four weeks, over a million people have played Cyberpunk 2077 every day. The developers expressed gratitude to players for their enthusiasm, support, and commitment to releasing a genuinely great update for the game in 2023. \n \nSince the debut of the Cyberpunk: Edgerunners anime in September, combined with the studio's confirmation of the Phantom Liberty expansion for the following year, the return of Cyberpunk 2077 has been a significant thing. \n \nHowever, only a few people would have anticipated that players would keep exploring Night City for a considerable time after conversations about Edgerunners had died down. According to CDPR, more than a million players currently still play the game every day for the entirety of the month today, transforming Night City into a really bustling megacity. \n \nThe programmers immediately got on the bandwagon, tweeting about how excited they were. According to the lead level designer, Miles Tost, such news is highly encouraging for the team these days because they are putting all of their passion and effort towards delivering a great update for the players somewhere in 2023. The director of Quest, Pawe Sasko, who had before fought back the tears while describing the game's resurgence on stream, reacted strongly to the newest news. \n \nTo say the least, it's quite a feat to accomplish. Even though CDPR could have contributed more to Cyberpunk 2077's redemption, such stats are an incredibly fantastic result for a single-player-only game over two years old. Nevertheless, if Phantom Liberty is able to live up to the faith that has been placed in it and if it is going to be well accepted by the players the next year, then the series is heading on a pretty good road for the sequel that has already been promised.