Only recently, the development studio CD Projekt RED postponed the release of the role-playing game Cyberpunk 2077 again. According to current plans, Cyberpunk should appear on December 10, 2020. But the fans may have to wait a lot longer before they can plunge into the world of role-playing. At least that's what the latest tweet by the well-known speaker "Tiffany Treadmore" suggests. In it he asks the question:
"What if Cyberpunk 2077 (buy now € 58.19 ) would be pushed … again. If it didn't come out again this year. But, uh, not until 2021. Just one question. "
On a follower's comment he explained a little laterthat he had heard "unpleasant things" regarding the release topic of Cyberpunk 2077, but without going into detail.
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Some fans also noted that the December 10th date had disappeared from the official Twitter account. What a Community Leader refuted it. Nevertheless, leaker "Tiffany Treadmore" had already attracted attention several times in the past with his correct predictions. Among other things, he had predicted far before anyone else that this year's E3 would be canceled. Also came from him the first references to the VR shooter Half-Life: Alyx before Valve presented it to the public
But can CD Projekt RED even afford to postpone Cyberpunk 2077 without messing around with the fans completely? The most recent delay had already caused heated emotions. What do you think about this subject? Let us know in the comments!
Cyberpunk 2077 could not appear until 2021, according to a leaker. (2) (Source: CD Projekt Red)
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