Shocking news. Developers The CD Projekt RED has once again postponed Cyberpunk 2077. The expected action RPG from the creators of The Sorcerer 3 will not be promised on September 17, but until November 19, 2020 on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
The report came with co-founder Marcin Iwiński and studio manager Adam Badowski, for whom it was one of the most difficult decisions in life. Both emphasize to the fans in an open letter that although most of the content is ready (main tasks, side missions, cut-scenes...), they need more time to test and balance / tune the individual elements of the game. In other words, there is so much content and complex systems at play that they need a few more months to be happy with everything. "We have to test everything properly, balance the mechanics of the game and fix a lot of bugs," they explain, adding that the large world requires more work.
The pair of chief executives of the CD Project RED are aware that they are threatening further confidence in the game's confidence in the game and the pre-orders themselves, but they still think that this is the right decision. "We apologize for the longer wait. Our intention is to make Cyberpunk 2077 something that will stay with you for several years. We hope you understand why we did it," they add.
The online presentation called Night City Wire will take place next Thursday, June 25, despite the postponement. During the presentation, we will see new materials to look forward to the Cyberpunk 2077 even more. At the same time, some journalists will receive a preview version of the game so that they can show off their impressions after Night City Wire.Not a word was said about the Cyberpunk 2077 versions for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X in the announcement. It is still true that the CD Projekt RED currently focuses on development for computers and the current generation of consoles. Unless he was surprised and released a next-gen version in November - the consoles are expected to be launched this month.