Cyberpunk 2077 release date has changed over and over again
With an announcement today, CD Projekt RED announced a new “roll-forward” situation for the Cyberpunk 2077 release date. It is also striking that they try not to pass the word “postponement” in this latest postponement announcement for the game that has been expected for years. Millions of players who have been waiting with disappointment are currently balling the company. The new release date of the game is set as December 10, 2020.
Cyberpunk 2077 postponed to 10 December
CD Projekt RED shows that it wants to release the game to existing and new generation consoles at the same time as the reason for delay. For this reason, the release date of Cyberpunk 2077 has been postponed to December 10 after 21 days instead of 19 November. When the games that players are eagerly waiting for are postponed like this, the reaction is quite strong. It was also a great disappointment that this came from a team that had repeatedly confirmed that the game was final on the November 19 release date in October. People express their reactions by sharing this with screenshots of the Twitter account where the announcement was made.
In the statement, they aim to release the game to the new generation and existing consoles on the same day, and to test 9 different versions of the game (PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X / Series S, PlayStation 4 Pro, Stadia, Xbox One X) They are talking about the necessity. “Can 21 days change something for such a complex and big game?” They stated that they think the question can be asked or change. Cyberpunk 2077 comes as a game whose release date has changed 3 times in total. This started to give rise to question marks in minds.
The last release date for Cyberpunk 2077 is December 10, 2020, which we are having difficulty in making sure of its accuracy. It will be released to both current and next-generation consoles and PC, PS, Xbox, Stadia platforms on the same day. What have you started to think after the last postponement news? Let’s meet in the comments.