Don't get your hopes up for Cyberpunk 2077 VR anytime soon, because CD Projekt Red doesn't seem to think much of virtual reality right now -- at least from a business perspective. During the company's most recent financial call, the developer was asked whether the newly announced Half-Life: Alyx could pose any kind of threat to Cyberpunk 2077 since they're both set to release around the same time next year.
Senior vice president of business development Andrzej Nowakowski replied: "VR remains an extremely nichey niche of the market, like it’s very, very small." It's clear that VR isn't a focus for the company -- not even when it comes to potential competition.
Nowakowski's obviously got a point; VR is still a small slice of the gaming market, even though the likes of Sony and Valve are happy to throw some weight behind it. But with advancements in the technology and new consoles just around the corner, there may come a time when VR is a lot harder to ignore. Maybe one day, when VR's really hitting its stride, we'll see Cyberpunk 2077 make the jump.