Cyberpunk 2077 Further Delayed To November

CD Projekt RED has announced that Cyberpunk 2077, their upcoming open-world first-person RPG, gets another delay.

The game will now be released on November 19 instead of September 17.

“Despite we think it’s the right decision for the game, we’d still like to apologise for making you wait longer,” the post reads. “Our intention is to make Cyberpunk 2077 something that will stay with you for years to come. In the end, we hope you understand whey we did what we did.”

The good news is that Cyberpunk 2077 is now content complete with all gameplay elements all implemented. The extra (extra) time is for the developers to further balance the game and do more bug fixing.

Expect to see previews from various outlets (but not us here) after the Night City Wire stream finishes on June 25.

The initial release date announcement of April seems overly lofty looking back now, but a game like this is bound to get delays. With a November release, it’s more likely that it will launch on next-gen consoles (it’s confirmed coming to Xbox Series X) alongside the rest of the current platforms. Though that’s just us speculating.

Pre-orders for the Cyberpunk 2077 in Malaysia is still available thanks to local distributor Epicsoft Asia.


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