Cyberpunk 2077 has been delayed once again, this time with a new release date of December 10 with 21 days. This time, the developers attributed the delay to optimizing the game for nine platforms. The CD Project Red team took to Twitter to share the news, apologizing to fans who were eagerly waiting for the game. Cyberpunk 2077 was originally scheduled for an April 2020 release, then postponed to September 17 and then to November 19.
CD Project Red Sharing a Post On Twitter, it explains why the team decided to postpone the release for 21 days, as the last time the game was delayed. Cyberpunk 2077 Is due for release November 19 After many delays and the developers assured that the game was ready for that release date. They had earlier announced that it was a game “Gold” is gone All content and gameplay is ready for the final retail version. However, there still seems to be some work to be done, especially as the game prepares nine versions for the various platforms it will release.
“The biggest challenge we currently have is shipping the game simultaneously on current-gen, next-gen and PC, compatible with 9 versions (Xbox One / X, Xbox Series S / X, PS4 / Pro, PS5, PC, Compatibility at Stadia) టప్పుడు When working from home, ”posted studio head Adam Badowski and joint CEO Marcin Ivinsky on Twitter.
The post also explains why this delay occurred after the game was declared “gold gone”. ‘Going to gold’ means “the game is ready, can be done and it has all the content,” the post said, which does not mean that developers will stop raising the quality bar. Many improvements are being made to Cyberpunk 2077, which will be pushed through the Day 0 patch, and the timing of these improvements will be “underestimated.”
Cyberpunk 2077 was originally scheduled for an April 2020 release, by then Five months late From September 17 “Complete playtesting, fixing and polishing.” Then, it was postponed to November 19 so that the team could “balance the game mechanics and fix a lot of bugs.”
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