CD Projekt RED went better late than never: they announced how much we have to wait until we are permitted to broadcast the game or publish the videos we made of it.
„We’re getting closer and closer to launch and chances are some of you will get your hands on a copy of Cyberpunk 2077 before release day. However difficult this might be for us to achieve, our ambition is for gamers all across the world to have the same – spoiler-free – experience at the time the game releases.
This is why we kindly ask you not to stream/let’s play, or release any similar content before December 9th, 12 PM CET / 3 AM PST. We will send MAX-TAC (you know, the guys who take down videos) after everyone who does. After that date, however, we would love if you’d streamed everything like there’s no tomorrow. It’s 2020, who knows, maybe there isn’t,” CD Projekt RED wrote in a statement on Twitter.
While they didn’t mention it, we suspect that the review embargo will also end at the same time, but who knows, there might be a few sites that get paid to have their reviews out early before everyone else… however, since it’s a big game, we’re fairly sure they won’t get away without leaks, as it’s one of the most anticipated games of the year.
In the video below, Cyberpunk 2077’s Photo Mode is also showcased. The game will now not be delayed, as we’re just a measly week away from the December 10 launch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Google Stadia, and PC. The PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series won’t get the next-gen patch until 2021, and until it comes, they will run the PS4/X1 version. The multiplayer standalone expansion is possibly arriving in 2022.
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