Cyberpunk 2077 delayed again! CD Projekt provides explanations and apologizes to its fans

The authors of The Witcher discuss the challenge of releasing the game on 9 different platforms.

They had promised that there would be no further delays, but CD Projekt just communicated via a message on Twitter that Cyberpunk 2077 is delayed once again. On this occasion, for a total of 21 days, setting the new launch date of the long-awaited sandbox for next December 10 of this year.

In the writing of the Polish study, they first apologize for the situation, since as you will remember, the game has had several delays since its first announcement. Among the reasons they have given for the premiere to be postponed for a few weeks is that they are working on nine different versions of the product for different platforms, which further increases the workload for their employees.

They need that time to offer the best possible experience they also indicate that it may be unrealistic that too many changes can be made in just 21 days in such a complex and large game, but they say they need that time to offer the best possible experience to Cyberpunk 2077 players.

Besides, they acknowledge that many users may complain about the words they said the day they announced that the game went to Gold phase, stating that there would be no further delays. From CD Projekt they assure that in this period of time they have not stopped working and that they have been implementing new aspects and adding tweaks to the game, with additions that will be available through a launch patch.

So, the new release date for Cyberpunk 2077 is December 10. Remember that we have already played it and you can check our impressions to know what we thought about the experience. On the other hand, the crunch problems at CD Projekt have also been news these months, with testimonies of 16-hour workdays.

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