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CD Projekt Red comment on a potential Cyberpunk 2077 Coronavirus delay

Published: 11:30, 16 March 2020
Updated: 11:31, 16 March 2020
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CD Projekt Red have confirmed that Coronavirus probably will not impact Cyberpunk 2077 release date. The company does not expect a delay but claims that it is too early to comment on the full impact of the virus.

Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the most anticipated if not the most anticipated game in the last several years and many excited players were extremely disappointed to hear that the game has been delayed to September 2020.

Of course, a lot of players were completely fine with CD Projekt Red's decision, and would rather wait five additional months than play a buggy mess. A delayed game is eventually good but a rushed game is bad forever as Shigeru Miyamoto once said.

With Coronavirus outbreak currently causing all sorts of problems worldwide, the gaming industry is not an exception and players fear that Cyberpunk 2077 could be set for another delay due to the growing infection concerns.

Fortunately, CD Projekt Red  confirmed  that they do not expect any further delays of Cyberpunk 2077 despite Coronavirus outbreak. However, the company said it is too early to comment on the full impact of the virus.

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So there you have it, folks, Cyberpunk 2077 will probably arrive in September 2020 as earlier confirmed but even if the game got delayed for the second time, you should not be upset about it. Human lives and their safety are more important than video games anyway and the majority of gamers will certainly agree with us on that.

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