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Cyberpunk 2077 has been Delayed to November

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imageCyberpunk 2077 has been Delayed to November

Today CD Projekt Red has delivered the most unfortunate news that Cyberpunk 2077 is being delayed from it's September 17 date to November 19.

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  • Reptilian7aReptilian7a Member UncommonPosts: 14
    More time for me to upgrade my computer and my monitor ;D
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  • Slapshot1188Slapshot1188 Member LegendaryPosts: 12,087
    We sure this isn't a Crowdfunded MMORPG?
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  • NyghthowlerNyghthowler Member UncommonPosts: 348


    We sure this isn't a Crowdfunded MMORPG?




    LMAO. People on this site continually bitch and whine about paying TOP DOLLAR for AAA games that are a bug ridden mess but when the Devs take a little more time to iron out the issues we make snide comments about that ...
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  • AbimorAbimor Member UncommonPosts: 613
    edited June 18






    We sure this isn't a Crowdfunded MMORPG?








    LMAO. People on this site continually bitch and whine about paying TOP DOLLAR for AAA games that are a bug ridden mess but when the Devs take a little more time to iron out the issues we make snide comments about that ...



    Damned if you do Damned if you don't maybe the new xbox will be out by then and I can play it on that the one issue i had with the witcher is load times on the xbox one x.
  • AeanderAeander Member LegendaryPosts: 5,722
    I still won't buy it until someone develops a 3rd person mod.

    The first mod I'd ever actually care about.
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  • ArteriusArterius Member EpicPosts: 2,773
    Sadly saw this coming. When they started working from home CDPR said that about 40% of the team didn't think they would be able to make the date any longer. Some people are seeing this as confirmation as a next-gen version. I think they are going to be disappointed. They have said that a next gen version is a good while away.

    I can wait though. Honestly I have so many games to play until then and now I have time to deep dive into The Avengers. Also regardless of a next-gen version I am sure the game will play better on a Series X anyway, so no biggie. Been waiting this long
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  • alkarionlogalkarionlog Member EpicPosts: 3,335
    im more surprised people really belive its will be done before x-mas
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  • Slapshot1188Slapshot1188 Member LegendaryPosts: 12,087


    We sure this isn't a Crowdfunded MMORPG?




    LMAO. People on this site continually bitch and whine about paying TOP DOLLAR for AAA games that are a bug ridden mess but when the Devs take a little more time to iron out the issues we make snide comments about that ...
    I have seen countless games delayed.   I have seen those same games launch as "a bug ridden mess".   People on this site always bitch and complain about people who point out things and love to make snide comments.   This is because the blank canvas of an unreleased game allows people to project all their hopes and dreams onto it and thus they get very defensive about any perceived insult to "their game".   

    At this point neither you, nor I... have any idea about the state of the game and we will not know until November*.   What we DO know is that it is delayed... again.

    If they make a great game, all will be forgiven and they will have been proven right to delay the game.  If not... we will point and laugh again.   




    *Subject to change and pushback
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  • xpsyncxpsync Member RarePosts: 845
    edited June 18
    Take your time, delay as much as you need too.
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  • WellspringWellspring Member EpicPosts: 1,277

    DMKano said:

    So another delay.



    Chances are it will be delayed yet again.



    The crunch is a real morale killer



    Wasn't CD Projekt Red the studio that said working nights and weekends (crunch) was not mandatory? If so morale should be high.
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  • IselinIselin Member LegendaryPosts: 14,301

    DMKano said:

    So another delay.



    Chances are it will be delayed yet again.



    The crunch is a real morale killer



    Wasn't CD Projekt Red the studio that said working nights and weekends (crunch) was not mandatory? If so morale should be high.
    They all say some version of that and then they leave it up to employee competition to create a work environment where the "good employees" do it anyway and the others follow along just to keep their chances for promotion alive :)
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  • IselinIselin Member LegendaryPosts: 14,301
    edited June 18
    I'm currently replaying the Witcher 3 now that I have the GOTY edition (which I got as a bonus for pre-ordering CP2077 through GOG) and I'm once again blown away by the attention to detail in W3.

    Their DLC was done in a way that you can mix and match which quests from the base game and the DLC any way you want and they did it by changing enough of the dialog in the base game to have some key characters react and comment on things (like Geralt's new mark on his face from Hearts of Stone, for example) that happen in DLC quests.

    There are also many things in the base game that go the extra mile detail wise. Like someone you run into very early in the game who cut off two of his fingers so he wouldn't need to fight in the war. It's just a comment made in passing while he's asking you to help look for his brother's corpse in a battlefield. But that was enough for them to make that NPCs character model have 2 fingers missing from his hand which you can see in cut-scenes and also while he's tagging along with you in the game play itself.

    Most AAA games wouldn't bother with that level of detail. These guys do. Bethesda and others could learn a thing or two about internal quality control from CDPR,

    So when they say the game is done and they just need this extra time for polishing, I tend to believe them.
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  • BrotherMaynardBrotherMaynard Member UncommonPosts: 178
    Personally, this suits me just fine. I'm planning to get a new PC when the next GFX / Ryzen wave hits and games are better played on long winter nights anyway... Plus, more polish for CP2077 (pun intended), obviously.



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  • BrotherMaynardBrotherMaynard Member UncommonPosts: 178





    We sure this isn't a Crowdfunded MMORPG?




    LMAO. People on this site continually bitch and whine about paying TOP DOLLAR for AAA games that are a bug ridden mess but when the Devs take a little more time to iron out the issues we make snide comments about that ...
    I have seen countless games delayed.   I have seen those same games launch as "a bug ridden mess".   People on this site always bitch and complain about people who point out things and love to make snide comments.   This is because the blank canvas of an unreleased game allows people to project all their hopes and dreams onto it and thus they get very defensive about any perceived insult to "their game".   

    At this point neither you, nor I... have any idea about the state of the game and we will not know until November*.   What we DO know is that it is delayed... again.

    If they make a great game, all will be forgiven and they will have been proven right to delay the game.  If not... we will point and laugh again.   




    *Subject to change and pushback

    Last time this particular studio delayed a major game, the whole gaming world essentially sat up and took notice. And then gave it more than 250 awards.



  • BrotherMaynardBrotherMaynard Member UncommonPosts: 178
    edited June 18
    Iselin said:
    I'm currently replaying the Witcher 3 now that I have the GOTY edition (which I got as a bonus for pre-ordering CP2077 through GOG) and I'm once again blown away by the attention to detail in W3.

    Their DLC was done in a way that you can mix and match which quests from the base game and the DLC any way you want and they did it by changing enough of the dialog in the base game to have some key characters react and comment on things (like Geralt's new mark on his face from Hearts of Stone, for example) that happen in DLC quests.

    There are also many things in the base game that go the extra mile detail wise. Like someone you run into very early in the game who cut off two of his fingers so he wouldn't need to fight in the war. It's just a comment made in passing while he's asking you to help look for his brother's corpse in a battlefield. But that was enough for them to make that NPCs character model have 2 fingers missing from his hand which you can see in cut-scenes and also while he's tagging along with you in the game play itself.

    Most AAA games wouldn't bother with that level of detail. These guys do. Bethesda and others could learn a thing or two about internal quality control from CDPR,

    So when they say the game is done and they just need this extra time for polishing, I tend to believe them.

    If you want to truly savour the attention to detail and planning in W3 and since you are now playing the GOTY edition, when you get to Blood and Wine, select the Orianna path and once finished, go re-watch the Lullaby of Woe trailer, first published when the main game was released. It will be worth it - guaranteed.


    Edit: sorry, forgot one more gem - you mentioned Hearts of Stone. I wonder it you remember Master Mirror's brief appearance in the very first scenes in the White Orchard inn, ages before Hearts of Stone was even released?


  • IselinIselin Member LegendaryPosts: 14,301
    Iselin said:
    I'm currently replaying the Witcher 3 now that I have the GOTY edition (which I got as a bonus for pre-ordering CP2077 through GOG) and I'm once again blown away by the attention to detail in W3.

    Their DLC was done in a way that you can mix and match which quests from the base game and the DLC any way you want and they did it by changing enough of the dialog in the base game to have some key characters react and comment on things (like Geralt's new mark on his face from Hearts of Stone, for example) that happen in DLC quests.

    There are also many things in the base game that go the extra mile detail wise. Like someone you run into very early in the game who cut off two of his fingers so he wouldn't need to fight in the war. It's just a comment made in passing while he's asking you to help look for his brother's corpse in a battlefield. But that was enough for them to make that NPCs character model have 2 fingers missing from his hand which you can see in cut-scenes and also while he's tagging along with you in the game play itself.

    Most AAA games wouldn't bother with that level of detail. These guys do. Bethesda and others could learn a thing or two about internal quality control from CDPR,

    So when they say the game is done and they just need this extra time for polishing, I tend to believe them.

    If you want to truly savour the attention to detail and planning in W3 and since you are now playing the GOTY edition, when you get to Blood and Wine, select the Orianna path and once finished, go re-watch the Lullaby of Woe trailer, first published when the main game was released. It will be worth it - guaranteed.


    Edit: sorry, forgot one more gem - you mentioned Hearts of Stone. I wonder it you remember Master Mirror's brief appearance in the very first scenes in the White Orchard inn, ages before Hearts of Stone was even released?


    I'm just about done with Heart of Stone so will be starting Blood and Wine soon. And yes, I did remember talking to Master Mirror at the inn in the prologue :)
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  • BrotherMaynardBrotherMaynard Member UncommonPosts: 178
    edited June 18
    Iselin said:
    Iselin said:
    I'm currently replaying the Witcher 3 now that I have the GOTY edition (which I got as a bonus for pre-ordering CP2077 through GOG) and I'm once again blown away by the attention to detail in W3.

    Their DLC was done in a way that you can mix and match which quests from the base game and the DLC any way you want and they did it by changing enough of the dialog in the base game to have some key characters react and comment on things (like Geralt's new mark on his face from Hearts of Stone, for example) that happen in DLC quests.

    There are also many things in the base game that go the extra mile detail wise. Like someone you run into very early in the game who cut off two of his fingers so he wouldn't need to fight in the war. It's just a comment made in passing while he's asking you to help look for his brother's corpse in a battlefield. But that was enough for them to make that NPCs character model have 2 fingers missing from his hand which you can see in cut-scenes and also while he's tagging along with you in the game play itself.

    Most AAA games wouldn't bother with that level of detail. These guys do. Bethesda and others could learn a thing or two about internal quality control from CDPR,

    So when they say the game is done and they just need this extra time for polishing, I tend to believe them.

    If you want to truly savour the attention to detail and planning in W3 and since you are now playing the GOTY edition, when you get to Blood and Wine, select the Orianna path and once finished, go re-watch the Lullaby of Woe trailer, first published when the main game was released. It will be worth it - guaranteed.


    Edit: sorry, forgot one more gem - you mentioned Hearts of Stone. I wonder it you remember Master Mirror's brief appearance in the very first scenes in the White Orchard inn, ages before Hearts of Stone was even released?


    I'm just about done with Heart of Stone so will be starting Blood and Wine soon. And yes, I did remember talking to Master Mirror at the inn in the prologue :)
    Quote

    Then your memory is much better than mine :D  I only noticed on my second playthrough, after finishing both DLCs. I sat down for a quick pint in the White Orchard inn and went "Hang on, I know this guy!"

    Such a subtle beginning of the HoS story, almost a year before the DLC actually came out...



  • IselinIselin Member LegendaryPosts: 14,301
    Iselin said:
    Iselin said:
    I'm currently replaying the Witcher 3 now that I have the GOTY edition (which I got as a bonus for pre-ordering CP2077 through GOG) and I'm once again blown away by the attention to detail in W3.

    Their DLC was done in a way that you can mix and match which quests from the base game and the DLC any way you want and they did it by changing enough of the dialog in the base game to have some key characters react and comment on things (like Geralt's new mark on his face from Hearts of Stone, for example) that happen in DLC quests.

    There are also many things in the base game that go the extra mile detail wise. Like someone you run into very early in the game who cut off two of his fingers so he wouldn't need to fight in the war. It's just a comment made in passing while he's asking you to help look for his brother's corpse in a battlefield. But that was enough for them to make that NPCs character model have 2 fingers missing from his hand which you can see in cut-scenes and also while he's tagging along with you in the game play itself.

    Most AAA games wouldn't bother with that level of detail. These guys do. Bethesda and others could learn a thing or two about internal quality control from CDPR,

    So when they say the game is done and they just need this extra time for polishing, I tend to believe them.

    If you want to truly savour the attention to detail and planning in W3 and since you are now playing the GOTY edition, when you get to Blood and Wine, select the Orianna path and once finished, go re-watch the Lullaby of Woe trailer, first published when the main game was released. It will be worth it - guaranteed.


    Edit: sorry, forgot one more gem - you mentioned Hearts of Stone. I wonder it you remember Master Mirror's brief appearance in the very first scenes in the White Orchard inn, ages before Hearts of Stone was even released?


    I'm just about done with Heart of Stone so will be starting Blood and Wine soon. And yes, I did remember talking to Master Mirror at the inn in the prologue :)
    Quote

    Then your memory is much better than mine :D  I only noticed on my second playthrough, after finishing both DLCs. I sat down for a quick pint in the White Orchard inn and went "Hang on, I know this guy!"

    Such a subtle beginning of the HoS story, almost a year before the DLC actually came out...



    I only remembered him because I'm playing it all at once. If I had gotten the DLC a year after doing the base game I'm sure I would have forgotten all about him too :)
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  • Slapshot1188Slapshot1188 Member LegendaryPosts: 12,087





    We sure this isn't a Crowdfunded MMORPG?




    LMAO. People on this site continually bitch and whine about paying TOP DOLLAR for AAA games that are a bug ridden mess but when the Devs take a little more time to iron out the issues we make snide comments about that ...
    I have seen countless games delayed.   I have seen those same games launch as "a bug ridden mess".   People on this site always bitch and complain about people who point out things and love to make snide comments.   This is because the blank canvas of an unreleased game allows people to project all their hopes and dreams onto it and thus they get very defensive about any perceived insult to "their game".   

    At this point neither you, nor I... have any idea about the state of the game and we will not know until November*.   What we DO know is that it is delayed... again.

    If they make a great game, all will be forgiven and they will have been proven right to delay the game.  If not... we will point and laugh again.   




    *Subject to change and pushback

    Last time this particular studio delayed a major game, the whole gaming world essentially sat up and took notice. And then gave it more than 250 awards.



    I get what you are saying yet as we know, past success is really not an indicator of future success in this genre right?  If it was then we would be overflowing with good games.

    Guess we will find out in Nov... maybe  
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    Starvault's reponse to criticism related to having a handful of players as the official "test" team for a supposed MMO: "We've just have another 10ish folk kind enough to voulenteer added tot the test team" (SIC) This explains much about the state of the game :-)

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  • AkulasAkulas Member RarePosts: 2,647
    Would be funny if it turned out to not even be a good game.

    This isn't a signature, you just think it is.

  • Gentrifried_ChickenGentrifried_Chicken Member UncommonPosts: 4
    While I fully support working on a product until it is actually complete, and not shipping out a buggy mess and fixing it later, this still hurt my soul.
  • Ironside81Ironside81 Member UncommonPosts: 65
    Sigh.... are you freaking kidding me. The more delays, the more critical I’ll be when releases.
  • NeoyoshiNeoyoshi Member UncommonPosts: 143
    Haahahahahaahaahahahaahahahahahahahaahahhahahaha.....



    ...dammit.

  • klash2defklash2def Member EpicPosts: 1,741
    edited June 20
    I've got a feeling this is going to be a masterpiece. I really hope so, the amount of time and delays speak to them caring a lot about what they put out.

    The Witcher 3 was amazing but it also had a lot of flaws, I'm very interested to see what they learned since The Witcher 3, so yeah take all the time you need. At least when it launches it won't be the paid alpha version.
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  • IselinIselin Member LegendaryPosts: 14,301
    klash2def said:
    The Witcher 3 was amazing but it also had a lot of flaws,
    Sacrilege! What flaws?

    PS. I just today finished the Blood and Wine expansion. I never bothered with the DLC back when I first got W3 but the GOG pre-order for CP2077 included the GOTY edition that has everything.

    The whole experience is really fresh for me - started at level 1 and did the whole thing oer the past couple of weeks - and all I can say (again) is it deserved all the praise and awards it got, The thing is freaking masterpiece
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