No…V does not become a zombie but gamers will!!
Pardon for including that in the title, although promising, Cyberpunk 2077, doesn’t include a zombie world in its many missions.
Cyberpunk 2077 logged-on to Twitter to apologize and give us the sad news that Cyberpunk 2077 need more testing before they can release it for next gen consoles, current gen consoles and PC, along with Google Stadia.
I’ve included the image of the tweet, so you can feel what they might be feeling while writing that tweet.
It is obviously that they understand the anticipation of every single gamer out there who is currently waiting desperately in their work from home environment to get their hands on Cyberpunk 2077.
It was going to be released on 19th November 2020 and now the adjusted release date is 10th December 2020.
The main cause of the delay are the adjustments needed within the game to run smoothly on all platforms and while it is easy to dismiss other platforms when you have one of them with you, CD Projekt Red don’t have the luxury to do that.
So, they are going to test the game and optimize few things before going live with it on 10th December 2020.
CD Projekt RED also understands that some gamers are not going to believe that 21 days can make any difference with a game on that scale.
For them, CD Projekt RED is going to hold a “special secretive launch window” before 10th December 2020. Make sure to contact either Adam Badowski or Marcin Iwinski.
For those, who believe that approx. 300 people are involved in the making of Cyberpunk 2077 and 21 days can make a world of difference to deliver the gaming experience that CD Projekt RED has planned for you, get your pc, consoles and Stadia ready. You’ll be treated well for your patience.
Now gamers on the religious side are going to pray super hard that it doesn’t get delayed any longer. Others…please keep your fingers crossed…don’t jinx it!
I, too, am one of you, who is waiting desperately to make some space on the hard drive and get some Cyberpunk 2077 on.
Let me know what you think about the delay & how it affected your relationship with your boss, life partner, colleague, friends, etc.