Cyberpunk 2077 can be considered as salvation for a dark 2020 for the gaming community. But it seems that it will have to wait until the end of 2020 for this salvation to officially appear when CD Projekt RED has just made an extremely difficult decision. Yes, that’s postponing the release date of the baby one more time… despite the promise that the previous announcement will be the last.
Specifically, Cyberpunk 2077 will “delay” until December 10, which is 21 days behind the original plan. This delay will help the game be more attentive and help the developer to prepare for the release date more perfectly, especially with a masterpiece like this.
Many people think that CD Projekt RED’s postponement of Cyberpunk 2077’s release date is due to the pressure of employees to work overtime or simply call it “crunch”. By spacing out the release date from the original, the development team will not be too stressed in ensuring the game’s deadline.
In response to this reaction, some gamers in the developing world said that while jobs are becoming more difficult than ever, part-time jobs that still pay are still too good to be true. However, with the “older” perspective of the North American and European gaming communities, this is worthy of condemnation.
Anyway, the release date has been “delayed”, so we just hope the game can reach the best quality when it officially reaches gamers. All information about Cyberpunk 2077 will be updated by Emergenceingame.Com for readers as soon as possible.
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