This honestly looks plausible in a way that someone from outside the company has been long time follower and constructed a wishful scenario of a magic turnaround based on their existing imagery of the company. I don't think any company in AAA segment would devote time and resources solely for the cause of major overhauling already shipped product, simply because A - it already generated majority of the profits and B - it's near on impossible to redo some core aspects due to their complexity and how they interlock with other game systems and mechanics, best they could do to fix some of those is just board them off. And lastly C - there's always next paid thing that needs to be worked on, so nobody will sanction devoting time and human resources on maintaining less or not profitable work when there's upcoming paid content to work on. It just feels like people developed another coping mechanism in way of "stages of grief". >The game is going to be awesome >What the frack is this? >Ok let's come to an universal agreement that it's buggy and great at same time (bargaining) >Well it's buggy and kinda lacking but SURELY everything that is broken and missing will be fixed in a year or so. I mean come on, how much of a wishful thinker one can be. Surely, some of things can be fixed, some of the missing stuff can be polished and added back to the game, either as one of those free DLCs (majority of 16 W3 free DLCs were also stuff that didn't make the cut into launch in time) or bigger stuff will be just bundled along paid expansions. But that's that, there's not going to be a magical Cyberpunk 2.0 which would be a day/night difference from existing product, best we could hope for is probably "1.5" where some of the most flawed aspects are reasonably improved (with keyword being reasonably). People who hope that there will be "2.0" in a year or so are same people who truly believed that the game would be 2nd gaming jesus on launch and well... are just setting themselves up to another disappointment. Just be real and set your expectations accordingly.