Well CD Projekt Has Been Delaying Events left and Right. They have delayed Cyberpunk 2077 numerous times. First, they announced that the game won’t be delayed due to COVID-19. However, surprisingly they delayed it due to more development time needed on June 19.

Similarly, Cyberpunk 2077 Night City Wire Event was also postponed to 25th June. Now, new reports have arrived that claim that along with Cyberpunk 2077 delay, its post-release content will also be delayed.

The game which has been delayed to November 19, will be released on Time. However, its post content is going to arrive much late. In an investor meeting, CD Projekt Vice President of Business Development Michal Nowakowski said that the post-release content release date has not been decided yet.

“We prefer to call them expansions as they’re bigger than typical DLCs, but of course the fact that the launch of Cyberpunk 2077 has been moved will proportionately move the release of such potential expansions,” Nowakowski said, adding that post-release content is still in development, and that a release date hasn’t actually been set at this point.

“When it comes to multiplayer, similarly to the expansions, its launch is going to be proportionately delayed as well, although multiplayer is a bit more distant—so it’s a matter for the future anyway.”

In our last report, CD Projekt said that the game is 100 percent done. So for what purpose do they need more time? Well, it turns out that that the game needs more polishing.

“Let’s say there’s a character walking down a street and they’re passing through a lantern as if it didn’t exist. So obviously we don’t want to happen in the final build of the game,” he said. “This and many other things—maybe some light effects may be wrong here and there in particular circumstances. In a huge environment like that these bugs need to be eliminated before we pass the game to the players.”

“We don’t want to have their experience ruined by the fact that if it rains and it’s 4:01 am. and you walk outside of that particular bar on that particular street, the night turns into day for three seconds. And there’s things like that popping up, which we’re fixing.”

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