We’ve recently seen the video published by PlayStation on YouTube, showing a teaser of the most anticipated game in the past six years. The game was first announced in May 2012, then teased at the beginning of 2013, gathering tens of millions of views and fans all over the world, expecting to learn more about the game.
The Developer CD Projekt Red also known for its successful The Witcher series has revealed bits of gameplay and story to the fans, but there is still no release date. However, this latest tease released by PlayStation might help us with some clues.
Cyberpunk 2077 Release Date: “…When It’s Ready”
We recently saw CD Projekt Red confirm their participation at E3 2019, adding that they will showcase Cyberpunk 2077. Last year at E3 they did release almost an hour of gameplay, and everyone thought that the game was getting closer to the completion date. But it looks like we were all wrong. Check out what the narrator says in the PlayStation video about it:
Cyberpunk 2077 may no longer be the mystery it once was, but work on it is far from over.
The video ends with the familiar message, saying “Release Date: When It’s Ready.”
On March 8th, the dev team Tweeted their 2077th tweet, explaining that their game is big, further proof that the game is still under development, and we should just wait until it’s finished.
Cyberpunk 2077 is a really big game, but so is the task of communicating it to so many wonderful people from all around the world. These 2077 tweets have been an awesome and enlightening journey for us so far.
— Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) March 8, 2019
As for the fans’ reactions, most of them are patiently waiting, encouraging the dev team to take as much time as they need to create a perfect game.
Cyberpunk 2077 will be released for PC, PlayStation and Xbox consoles – either the PS4 and Xbox One or the next-gen PS5 and Xbox ‘Scarlett,’ ‘Anaconda,’ ‘Lockhart,’ or whatever it will be called.
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