Cyberpunk 2077 has been delayed once more, this time by two months, with CD Projekt Crimson setting a brand new launch date of November 19. The primary-person role-playing recreation’s new November slot has sparked hypothesis that it’ll launch alongside the PS5 and Xbox Sequence X, slated to reach in late 2020. November is the anticipated month, giving each next-gen consoles the run into the Western vacation interval. Furthermore, Cyberpunk 2077 was one of many earliest third-party sign-ups for Xbox’s Good Supply programme, and CD Projekt Crimson has a historical past of working with Microsoft, so it may even be a launch title.
“‘Prepared when it is finished’ is not only a phrase we are saying as a result of it sounds proper, it is one thing we stay by even after we know we’ll take the warmth for it,” CD Projekt Crimson co-founder Marcin Iwiński and studio head Adam Badowski mentioned in a joint assertion late Thursday. “On the similar time, we’re absolutely conscious that making such a call prices us your belief and buying and selling belief for extra time is among the hardest choices a recreation developer could make.”
“On the time we’re writing these phrases, Cyberpunk 2077 is completed each content material and gameplay-wise,” the 2 added. “However with such an abundance of content material and sophisticated techniques interweaving with one another, we have to correctly undergo all the things, stability recreation mechanics and repair a whole lot of bugs. An enormous world means an enormous variety of issues to iron out and we are going to spend the extra time doing precisely that.”
Initially slated for a mid-April launch, Cyberpunk 2077 was pushed again 5 months to September 17 again in January. Now, three months out from that September launch date, CD Projekt Crimson has pushed again its subsequent recreation an extra two months.
Cyberpunk 2077 is out November 19 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The sport prices Rs. 2,499 on PC, Rs. 3,490 on Xbox One, and Rs. 3,499 on PS4.