After numerous promises, CD Projekt RED has delayed Cyberpunk 2077… again. When the team delayed Cyberpunk 2077 until November 19th, it specifically stated that there would be no further delays. And, to be honest, if CDPR is simply unable to keep its word, then it should simply not make any promises at all to its fans.
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CD Projekt RED claims that this delay is mainly because the team aims to release the game on both current-gen and next-gen systems. Ironically, this exposes another lie that CDPR told its fans. Earlier this year, the team was stating that it was solely focusing on current-gen platforms, for which the game would come out first. Well, apparently that’s no longer the case.
Again, CD Projekt RED should stop lying to its fans, and should stop promising things it can’t fulfill. Understand that we don’t mind this delay. Let CD Projekt RED delay it until 2022 or 2023. What really annoys us is CD Projekt RED’s lies.
While we want to give CDPR the benefit of the doubt, these lies bring back those “downgrade-ation” memories of The Witcher 3. Back in 2015, CDPR was stating that it had not downgraded The Witcher 3. However, a video comparison was enough to prove it wrong.
Now I’m not saying that Cyberpunk 2077 will be downgraded. However, CDPR should simply stop overpromising. That’s all.