The cyberpunk 2077 release date has been delayed on September 17, meaning it won’t be hacking into our digital lives for a few months later. The game is completed says developer CD project red, but the extra time allows for more polish and you can expect new teasers, trailer and gameplay footage in the coming months leading up to release.
Cyberpunk 2077 is a massive dystopian RPG launching on Xbox One, PC and PS4 and it could be the current-gen swan song before PS5 and Xbox series x come out, or even after, with a confirmed Xbox series x release and PS5 one highly likely to follow.
This vast open-world game, from the developers of the witchers 3, is draped in dizzying neon colours and futuristic gadgetry and packed with more branching storylines than you could shake a high- tech drone etc.
It both an extended cyberpunk 2077 trailer and in our hands-off a demo at E3 2019, we saw a bit more of the metropolis of the future, where body modification has become an obsession and you play a mysterious outlaw in the sleazy underbelly of the night city.
Here’s all the news, trailer and announcement we’ve had a cyberpunk 2077 so far. If you can’t take the anticipation ahead of the game 2020 release, check out our thoughts on the cypherpunk RED tabletop role-playing the game instead.
The cyberpunk 2077 release date is September 17, 2020, it was not always that way, as the game first official teaser trailer stated it would come out when it’s ready. It didn’t have a solid date attached to it until the E3 2019, trailer, which gave it an April 16, 2020 launch date. That was the constantly touted cyberpunk 2077 release date for six months until the latest. Stay tuned.