Cyberpunk 2077 will be delayed yet again, this time until December 10th. According to the developer CD Projekt Red, a patch for the game’s launch day, which was previously planned for November 19th, is still being worked on. The delay is partly attributed to the multiple platform release that launches the game across two generations of console hardware, PC. and Google Stadia.
“The biggest challenge for us at the moment is to deliver the game on the current generation, the next generation and the PC at the same time. To do this, we have to prepare and test nine versions,” said the company in a tweet. “We have to make sure that everything works well and that every version works smoothly. We recognize that it might seem unrealistic for someone to say that 21 days can make a difference in such a massive and complex game, but they really do. “
Cyberpunk 2077 officially became gold (ie a release version of the game blocked) in early October and the developers Promised via Twitter that “there will be no more delays.” The release version is still ready, but CD Projekt Red has developed further updates for the day the game is released. “This is the period that we have under-calculated,” says the tweet – even after one unexpected crisis That’s seen developers working overtime.
Cyberpunk 2077 was one of the most anticipated games of 2020. But with the final delay it will be straight Squeak at the end of this year.