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Khaled, says that there's "no way" that Cyberpunk 's multiplayer mode won't include microtransactions. CD Projekt RED has said that it doesn't like microtransactions and it has also said that it won't be "greedy" with its game like other, unnamed game developers are.
Things could have changed though, and that's what users like A. Khaled are worried about.
That Twitter user isn't the only one with doubts about how Cyberpunk 's multiplayer content may be monetized. Several say that they don't want the game to turn out like Grand Theft Auto Online.
GTA Online makes millions of dollars for Rockstar Games and parent company Take-Two but it has also been heavily criticized by fans for trying to get them to spend so much money.
New content in that game is expensive and often makes players grind or spend huge amounts on microtransactions. Cyberpunk fans don't want that for the sci-fi RPG.
At this point, it's unclear which way things will go. CD Projekt RED will be creating this multiplayer content with an eye to making money but also for entertaining fans.
These two things don't have to be mutually exclusive, but the studio will have to try hard not to upset players. Whatever its plans for Cyberpunk post-launch multiplayer, more will be revealed closer to the game's release date.