Update: Given the concerns of a large part of the fans and the speculations that were now taking hold with a lot of force, the Global Community Lead of CD Projekt RED, Marcin Momot, has decided to intervene with a tweet as short as clear.
Here is the tweet in response to one of the alleged rumors of the last few hours:
I hope at least next gen versions are ready then day 1 for 2021, that would be cool at least. So if u have sereisx or ps5 you can play them day 1 versions
— Pyo5️⃣ (@mrpyo1) November 10, 2020
A way to reiterate that Cyberpunk 2077 will be released on December 10th. Happy with this confirmation?
Original news: Cyberpunk 2077 could be postponed to 2021. A well-known leaker suggests CD Projekt Red could postpone the game’s launch once again.
Cyberpunk 2077 was recently postponed, with CD Projekt Red confirming the new launch date for December 10th. However, a fairly reliable leaker has hinted that there may be a further delay.
The rumors come from ‘Tiffany Treadmore’, the Twitter user who previously unveiled the cancellation of E3 2020, the date of a long-awaited Nintendo Direct before it was officially confirmed, and the existence of Half-Life: Alyx before the Valve announcement.
In a tweet from Tiffany we read that Cyberpunk2077 could be postponed to 2021:
So, what if #Cyberpunk2077 gets delayed….. Again.
Like what if it doesn't launch this year.
Like uh until 2021.
Just asking….. #cyberpunk
— Tiffany Treadmore Inc. (@HotGirlVideos69) November 9, 2020
In response to a follower who asked for more details, Tiffany replied, ” I’ve heard unhappy things .”
CD Projekt Red has yet to comment on the rumors and, at the moment, the game remains out on December 10th. However, given that its previous postponement was announced less than a month before launch, there may be chances for another unexpected delay.
The developer had previously said it was having issues with Cyberpunk 2077’s concurrent rollout on current-gen, next-gen, and PC, which required the company to produce nine trial versions of the game while working from home due to the pandemic. of COVID-19.
CDPR’s Adam Badowski and Marcin Iwinski said the priority is to ensure that the game is a smooth experience across all platforms and that the extra 21 days of development will give them the greatest opportunity.
What do you think?