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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 04:34pm 17/01/20 | 4 Comments
In news most of us were *kind of* expecting, CD Projekt RED has delayed the release of the hotly-anticipated Cyberpunk 2077 by more than five months. Citing a requirement to spend more time playtesting and bug-fixing, the studio has moved release of the game to September 17.

As we know with projects of this magnitude, more time is actually a good thing and speaks to a commitment to polish (heh) the release by the devs. Here's what CDPR had to say on the matter:
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So, while it's disappointing we won't be walking through Night City in Q1 2020, more time means a better project.

Hopefully we'll have more pre-release info for you from an editorial perspective, soon.




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Ickus
Posted 04:50pm 17/1/20
I'm not fussed about a delay, ever so slightly increases the chance of me managing to get an upgrade before playing.
ravn0s
Posted 07:31pm 17/1/20
I like this delay. it gives me more time to get through ffvii, doom eternal, last of us 2 and hopefully ghosts of tsushima if it releases mid year.
fryzeegunner
Posted 10:03am 18/1/20
this is a ps5 delay
BladeRunner
Posted 06:42am 20/1/20
While I am sure it will be worth it in the end, I am disappointed none the less and would prefer it on the 16th like it should be.
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