In mid-October, the Polish studio CD Projekt RED proudly confirmed the release of Cyberpunk 2077 for November 19th after two (large) consecutive postponements, with the game initially expected for the beginning of 2020. The game went “gold” and the fans could breathe without fear of the slightest shift.
Another postponement for Cyberpunk 2077 … before the next?
But of course that was all before the drama. Before the publisher released a new tweet late yesterday afternoon to announce another delay … Cyberpunk 2077 will be unavailable on November 19th, but will finally be unavailable on December 10th. A delay of 21 days that allows teams to refine the (also?) Many versions of the game.
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– Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) October 27, 2020
In fact, Cyberpunk 2077 will be playable on Xbox One and Xbox One S / X without the Xbox X and S series. In addition, there are PS4 and PS4 Pro versions, as well as PS5 version. Let’s not forget about PC players and Google Stadia who will all enjoy Cyberpunk 2077 when it becomes available. So many versions that require hours of preparation and testing so that the gaming experience is optimal regardless of the medium chosen.
“We are fully aware that it may seem impractical to say that just 21 days can make all the difference to such a rich and complex game, but it is.” explains CD Projekt RED. The studio confirms they underestimated the time between switching to gold and the game’s release, which was insufficient to develop the now famous Day-One patch.
Those who took a day off on November 19th can therefore see their hierarchy moving it to December 10th. Unless Cyberpunk 2077 is postponed again by then … Nothing is impossible.