Not to be confused with cybertruck. Cyberpunk is an FPS video game developed by CD Projekt RED based in Łódź, Poland. Fans of futuristic, post-apocalyptic universes and a world where technology coexists with a degenerate human society can no longer wait for the game to be released. This was originally announced for April 2020, CyberPunk 2077 is finally scheduled for November 19th.
However, if the studio wants to keep that date at all costs and doesn’t want to disappoint its fans again, the staff will have to redouble their efforts. The extra 7 months didn’t seem enough to make the game a reality. CD Projekt RED just sent a press release to its employees saying they will have to work overtime until the video game is released.
A resumption of the inevitable crisis.
By postponing the release of cyberpunk, the studio should stop crunching its staff. That means working at night and on weekends. However, Jason Schreier, a journalist for the famous media specializing in kotaku, explains that many employees have been working overtime for several weeks. Even before the obligation communicated by CD Projekt RED. Jason Schreier says it was Adam Badowski, the studio manager himself, who ordered the crisis to resume.
Here’s what Adam Badowski said: “As of today, the whole studio is in full swing. I take responsibility for this decision. I know this goes against what we said about crunch, that it goes against what I thought a while ago – this crunch is never a solution. However, we have already used all other means at our disposal. “” With more information we learn that the developers at the Polish studio therefore have to work 6 days a week until November 19th. Date that will hopefully be Cyberpunk 2077 release date.