CD Projekt Red Denies Cyberpunk 2077 Delay Rumors
Regardless of CD Projekt Red’s (CDPR) Cyberpunk 2077 becoming postponed for the next time, pushing Cyberpunk 2077’s launch to Decemberlatest, rumors have emerged online that indicate the match will be hit with a different delay, finally sending it to 2021. CDPR has picked up on the rumors and reassured fans that the true release is in December.
The rumors’ origin was a post on ResetEra that stated the way an official Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter accounts eliminated the game’s launch date from its own header picture, causing many fans to become stressed and provoke a delay for the match in the not too distant future. If the rumor were to be authentic, then this would indicate that Cyberpunk 2077 will be postponed for a fourth period, thus creating fans wait much longer before getting an opportunity to play with it.
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The rumor spread like wildfire, and several media and community websites picked up on it, which in return caused CDPR to guarantee everybody that the rumor wasn’t accurate. While talking with IGN, a CD Projekt Red representative said that the firm does not comment on rumors surrounding Cyberpunk 2077 but also told the news outlet that”[…] we were only taking the time to upgrade all our resources to reflect the new launch date of December 10th.” As this is a formal announcement from CDPR, the chance of a fourth wait is somewhat modest.
In case Cyberpunk 2077 was postponed again, then it is safe to state that it wouldn’t sit well with some fanbase members. For example, after CDPR declared the match would be postponed until December, some of Cyberpunk 2077’s programmers received death threats from mad fans requiring them to launch the match.
On the flip side, it is hard not to give into rumors managing potential Cyberpunk 2077 delays. Even though the game was delayed multiple times in this time, it’s been postponed for a motive, which finally means the programmers are working to guarantee an excellent product and be certain Cyberpunk 2077 runs all consoles, for example, PS5 and Xbox collection X/S in addition to current-generation ones. Basically, more flaws could indicate a much better gameplay experience on launching day.
In the end, seeing as the match is a month away from launch, the only thing fans can do is stay optimistic and hopeful about Cyberpunk 2077, and it comes out with no problems or potential flaws. Considering that Cyberpunk 2077 has been postponed three times today, this should be enough time (in total) for the development group to publish the game. Seeing how CDPR lately double-downed about the December launch date, whatever is left to do is wait patiently.