CD Projekt Purple is taking a couple of additional months to convey its new Cyberpunk universe to life. The studio introduced right this moment that Cyberpunk 2077 “will not make the April launch window,” and it is transferring the launch out to September 17, 2020.
In a tweet from CD Projekt Purple, co-founder Marcin Iwinski and head of studio Adam Badowski say the sport is full and playable, however there’s nonetheless work to be accomplished. Because of the scale of the sport, the studio says it wants “extra time to complete playtesting, fixing, and sharpening.”
The studio says there will likely be “extra common updates” on Cyberpunk 2077’s progress because it nears the brand new launch date.
CD Projekt Purple, the studio behind The Witcher collection of video games, locked in an April launch date at last year’s E3 with a giant introduction from Keanu Reeves. Within the time since, extra details about the large RPG set within the Cyberpunk universe has trickled out, although it was set to be a sort of swan song for the current generation of consoles. This new date pushes it even nearer to the launch of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Sequence X this coming vacation.
Cyberpunk 2077 does have some firm, although. Last Fantasy 7 Remake not too long ago obtained moved into April, and Marvel’s Avengers joins Cyberpunk within the September delay party. What was trying like an extremely stacked spring is now beginning to even out a bit, as studios appear to be assessing whether or not these big-ticket video games will likely be able to go in just some quick months.