Cyberpunk 2077 has hit a huge sales milestone, as CD Projekt revealed the game has surpassed 20 million copies sold. The game originally launched in December 2020, meaning it took under two years for the game to reach the 20 millon mark.
Over 20 million cyberpunks have been roaming the streets of Night City – partying with Jackie and getting to know Johnny, driving around with Panam and diving with Judy, hanging out with River and listening to Kerry’s songs.
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We last got a Cyberpunk 2077 sales update in April, where we learned the game had sold 18 million copies. The game has sold 2 million additional copies since then, most likely thanks to a combination of the Cyberpunk Edgerunners Netflix anime and the announcement of Phantom Liberty, the game’s first and only major DLC expansion.
This sales milestone is just the latest in a string of good news for Cyberpunk 2077, which is a refreshing change of pace after the game’s disastrous launch. CD Projekt recently shared that over 1 million players jumped into Night City every day last week. Cyberpunk 2077 also hit its highest concurrent player count on Steam in over a year and a half earlier this month.
Twenty million is a large milestone that few games in history have reached, but it’s almost even more notable for Cyberpunk, which was in such a rough state that Sony delisted the game from the PlayStation Store shortly after launch. Cyberpunk returned to the PlayStation store last summer, and it’s been a much smoother ride since then.
If you can’t get enough of Night City, check out our glowing review of Cyberpunk: Edgerunners. Or, for more on game sales, read up on the best-selling games of August 2022, including Spider-Man, Elden Ring, and Madden NFL 23.
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