Cyberpunk 2077 has been delayed into December

Ruben Fields
October 27, 2020

To help bring things into perspective, Tost also brought up other games that the community has enjoyed, and how content was most likely cut from those games during development. They did share a statement in regards to that in order to appease the anxious fans.

Developer Miles "MilezZx" Tost's statement explains that, while CDPR could never force everyone to like the game, fans shouldn't be anxious. But it doesn't mean we stop working on it and raising the quality bar.

Now I understand, this is disappointing for everyone when it happens and also hard to understand without all the context of development environment, but in this case I just kindly ask you for your trust. Just like a draft of a book or a music album many times some of the content in a game is edited out. While this has been nice, it has also led to some interesting complications, including some complaints about content being cut from the game. Believe me when I say that during their development some loved features also were cut and you still enjoy them today, maybe even because of the cuts. At the end of the day, every game has content that didn't make it, for a myriad of reasons, and Tost is confident that the game will be better for it. "We're notoriously bad at judging how long gametime is in our games (I remember we estimated players would max out W3 at 100h), so we try not to do that anymore".

It's safe to say that this is only an issue because the development has been uncommonly open, and fans have seen glimpses of the game for years.

Clocks went back this morning as Winter Time begins
When this occurs, the United Kingdom will switch from British Summer Time (BST ) to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT ). Folk in Scotland, tend to disagree as parts of the country wouldn't see daylight until 10am.

Another piece of cut content that's now missing from the game is vehicle customization. There is no need to worry about it and their decisions might have been for the best.

Just because a game goes gold doesn't mean it's immune to delays.

This means fans will have to wait an additional three weeks to play the game on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC and Stadia.

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