According to the latest information from CD Projekt, for many reasons such as the complexity of parallel development for new PC platforms and console systems while their employees are still working from home. translation COVID-19, Cyberpunk 2077 launch schedule will be moved 3 weeks to December 10.
CD Projekt representative said the reason for the delay was for everything to work fine and every version to run smoothly. Although many people might think that even 21 days back would be hard to make a difference in such a huge and complex game, CD Projekt is completely confident to do.
This is the third delay for Cyberpunk 2077. The game was originally scheduled to be released on April 16, then moved to September 17, followed by November 19, and now again to December 10.
First impressions are huge for the launch, so it’s understandable that CD Projekt Red wants everything to be OK, especially as the company has to deal with the challenges of the global COVID-19 pandemic and Home workers probably slow things down a bit. Having said that, the game has been under increasing scrutiny after it was reported that the company required employees to work six days a week in an attempt to meet the previous release date in mid-November.
It is not clear whether their employees will continue to work long hours, but a Bloomberg report recently revealed some inside news at CD Projekt Red according to which an employee of the company said. he worked 100 hours a week. The general assumption is that this is likely to continue into December.
Cyberpunk 2077 has been one of the most anticipated games of 2020. With this delay, gamers will have to wait to experience the game later this year.