Cyberpunk 2077 delay would be a terrible development for fans eager to play the new game from CS Projekt Red.
Expectations for the Cyberpunk 2077 release date couldn't be much higher. The developers have kept fans holding their collective breath in anticipation for the game's release. When Keanu Reeves appeared at E3 2019 to uncover it, alongside the reality he'll be playing Johnny Silverhand, the hyper for Cyberpunk 2077 completely erupted.
But as news has emerged about one major game release being delayed, fans have begun to worry about Cyberpunk 2077. But is that worry warranted?
Is Cyberpunk 2077 Delayed?
Any speculation that Cyberpunk will not make its scheduled release date of April 16 is untrue. On Tuesday, Square Enix revealed the Final Fantasy 7 remake has been delayed from its expected March release date, and it will now come put in April, the same month as Cyberpunk 2077. That sets up for a crazy month of April game releases, but there's no information right now that expects to change that.
The Cyberpunk 2077 release date was revealed at E3 last year. During the Cyberpunk 2077 trailer, the date was made visible at the end of the beautifully crafted cinematic trailer. Cyberpunk 2077 will be one of the most talked about games of the year; the adult thriller with drugs, guns, violence, and political agenda will have the gaming world in bind this April.
UPDATE (Jan. 16, 12:40 p.m. ET): Cyberpunk 2077 was actually delayed. CD Projekt Red announced that the game won't make its intended window and d was pushed back to Sept. 27.