Hype is high for CD Projekt RED’s upcoming RPG Cyberpunk 2077, and even Bloomberg, one of the top financial publications in the world, is labeling the studio’s stocks as one of the top 50 to watch next year. Cyberpunk 2077 sales are apparently anticipated to be over 20 million in its launch year.
Cyberpunk 2077 was first announced nearly a decade ago all the way back in 2013. However, despite a promising announcement trailer, the game has spent the past 6 years on the backburner while CD Projekt Red devoted all of its resources to developing the Witcher trilogy.
However, now that The Wild Hunt, the final entry in that trilogy, is completed, CD Projekt RED has spared no time in getting back to Cyberpunk, and from what we’ve seen in various gameplay videos since then, it looks great.
The game will also feature Keanu Reeves, playing the role of Johnny Silverhands, who will be a constant mental companion to the player throughout their time in Night City. While we don’t know what the game’s actually plot will be about, knowing CDPR, it will likely be great.
Alongside their estimations of Cyberpunk 2077 sales, Bloomberg also had a number of other reasons for why CD Projekt RED’s company stocks needed watching. According to their analysis of the 50 company stocks to watch in 2020, CD Projekt had a lot of factors going for it to be placed in the Number 11 spot.
Its estimated sales growth was 446.12 percent, while its estimated EPS (Earnings Per Share) growth was 1183.13 percent. Its total assets came to around 304.19 million dollars, with its one-year total return coming to 30.28 percent. 12-month sales for the developer came to 108.34 million dollars, and one fifth of its board membership is women.
We’ll be able to see just how many Cyberpunk 2077 sales come when the game releases on April 16 of 2020 for the Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC.