One of the most anticipated games of 2020 (and possibly this generation), Cyberpunk 2077 has the same fate in development as many high-profile AAA games, and tickets go on sale on September 17. Cyberpunk 2077 was originally scheduled to go on sale in April, but the recent official announcement of the game’s jump ticket is somewhat disappointing, especially for CDPR fans, but some of CDPR’s top executives have assured players that the wait is worth the time.
Recently, CDPR senior level designer Miles Tost responded to the “Cyberpunk 2077” delay news, he tweeted: ‘Hey, maybe we let everyone down, we’re sorry, but the game finally came out of it is definitely worth the wait. Thank you for your tireless support.
Another CDPR executive, Lukasz Babiel, head of quality inspection, tweeted: ‘Don’t worry, we’ll bring the game to everyone.’
Perhaps over the past few years players have expected too much of Cyberpunk 2077, often expecting more and more disappointments, but CDPR developers are trying to calm the disappointment of the jump ticket. Since other big shows this year, such as Final Fantasy 7: Remake and Marvel’s Avengers Alliance, have also previously announced the delay, ticket sales are fairly common in game development, so cdPR had to choose to make the game delayed go on sale in order to make Cyberpunk 2077 work better.
Cyberpunk 2077 will hit the PS4, Xbox One, PC and Google Stadia platforms on September 17, 2020.