No More Delays: Cyberpunk 2077 Expected To Hit Its Release Date – Forbes

No More Delays: Cyberpunk 2077 Expected To Hit Its Release Date – Forbes


Cyberpunk 2077 is nearly here, and developer CD Projekt Red has a pretty simple message about that: it is actually nearly here. The ambitious open world RPG has already been delayed twice back to its current release date of November 19, but here in the era of COVID-19 further delays wouldn’t necessarily be out of the question: its hard out there for, well, almost everyone. In a recent video for the company’s financial results, CFO Piotr Nielubowicz assures viewers that by the time the company releases its next quarterly video—in December—Cyberpunk 2077 will already be out.

While the world is strange and one never wants to totally nix the possibility of a delay, the ability of the company to say this with such a high degree of confidence just two months out from release makes things feel pretty solid. Cyberpunk 2077, in a strange way, seems poised to be the major game tied to the launch of both the Xbox Series X and PS5.

In other Cyberpunk news, CD Projekt Red says to expect more DLC than we saw with The Witcher 3, which had some of the most highly-praised extra content in recent memory, particularly the French-tinged Blood and Wine expansion.
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