Cyberpunk delayed till December 10th
CD Projekt Red has today confirmed that their highly anticipated game will be delayed till December 10th. This is the third delay of the game that was originally planned to launch in April.
The company has already postponed the launch from April to September 17, only to reschedule the launch to November 19th. Today this date has been pushed by another 3 weeks.
Cyberpunk 2077 will debut on next-generation gaming consoles alongside next-generation desktop graphics cards. CD Projekt Red and NVIDIA have been working together to bring its RTX technology to the game at launch. NVIDIA has even released a limited edition of Geforce RTX 2080 Ti to confirm the strong partnership between the two companies. As Cyberpunk 2077 keeps getting delayed, NVIDIA is launching its next-generation graphics card based on Ampere architecture. Unfortunately, the lucky few owners of RTX 30 graphics cards still cannot play the game.
According to the message posted on social media, the developer is still putting final touches to the game’s Day 0 patch. Despite passing certification and going gold, CD Projekt Red is focusing on improving the quality of the game and the time required for this task has been ‘undercalculated’.
The game is now scheduled to launch on December 10th.
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