No we’re not memeing, Cyberpunk 2077 has been delayed yet again to December 10th, 21 days after the already delayed release date of November 19th. While this might not be shocking to most of you out there due to the game being delayed time and time again, CD Projekt RED has been pretty firm on that November date, with both the game actually going gold and it heavily marketed for months now.
The reason, this time round, is actually not due to the actual game’s development but instead, it’s due to the wide number of different ports that have to be created thanks to the cross-gen nature of the title. Breaking this down, there are in fact nine different Cyberpunk 2077 variants including Xbox One X, Xbox Series X, PS4, PS5, PC, and more.
21 days might seem likely a pretty meaningless amount of time to essentially ‘fix’ issues with the various ports of the game but the developers assure that these 21 days “really do” matter and could make a world of difference when you finally get to jump into Night City.
Adam Badowski and Marcin Iwinski of CD Projekt RED put out a heartfelt message to consumers conveying their apologies but they think that they have “an amazing game” on their hands and they have been “willing to make every decision” to make the game as good it can be rather than put out an unfinished and unpolished game.
We hope that this is the last time we see that apology message from the Cyberpunk 2077 developers and that December 10th date is one that sticks.
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