After three previous delays, it’s no wonder some are still worried that Cyberpunk 2077 could miss its December 10 release date. It’s also no wonder that CD Projekt really wants you to know that it won’t be missing that date.
In the company’s Q3 earnings reports, that date is mentioned multiple times, in multiple places. The date is referenced 4 times in the company’s Q3 financial statement, earns itself two separate slides in its investor presentation, and company CFO Piotr Nielubowicz references upcoming release date in a video message to investors.
“The final stretch before the release calls for enormous dedication and cooperation on the part of the whole team, which is now all the more difficult given that the vast majority of the team continues to work from home. This is why I wish to extend my deepest thanks to the entire team for their determination and hard work. Together we are wrapping up the grandest project in our history. […] In 2 weeks’ time Cyberpunk will be released to gamers around the world.”
It’s perhaps no surprise that we’re seeing these confirmations – we’ve had a final set of previews, seen physical copies reaching retailers, and even begun to see gameplay leaks. CD Projekt Red also reconfirmed the December 10 date to IGN after rumours about another delay began to spread.
But it’s testament to just how changeable Cyberpunk’s release has been – and the huge anticipation for the game – that we’re seeing CD Projekt make absolutely clear, again, that the game is on its way for the intended date.
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