Cyberpunk 2077 was recently delayed from its April 16 anticipated date to September 17, and this might be due to problems with current hardware. It is now being reported that […]
Cyberpunk 2077 was recently delayed from its April 16 anticipated date to September 17, and this might be due to problems with current hardware. It is now being reported that the delay is a result of PS4 and Xbox One hardware being “extremely unsatisfactory” to work with due to performance problems.
The news came from Borys Niespielak, a Polish game insider, who shares in a podcast that the current gen hardware is not allowing the game to perform to the CD Projekt Red’s standards and that a delay was inevitable if the problem wasn’t solved before January 2020. Niespielak is considered a credible source in Poland and has been following the project closely.
After many years of development, another delay is not that big a deal but what is more concerning is that CD Projekt Red is having trouble getting the game to perform on current gen hardware. While we know that next gen versions of the game will most likely be coming, people have been anticipating this game for years and will be buying the current gen versions. We can only hope that the extra five months of development time can Iron out these performance issues.
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