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Well, we all got cybepunked.



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Leynos said:
Cyberpunk 2077 is delayed until 2077



That sucks. But I can only assume they found a game breaking bug. It already went gold so if this is just to work on the day 1 patch and they don't want to sell the game without the patch there must be a pretty big issue there. Waiting an extra 3 weeks is better than getting a broken game.



aircanada83 said:
SvennoJ said:

give these devs a break to keep their family safe. This is not the time to weaken your immune system with work stress. CDPR kindly F off.

They're working from home. Actually staying there is keeping people safe, isn't it ?

All big games are made in result of crunch, is it so hard to understand ?

Can you officially confirm that you playin' only Indies created in friendly, laid back atmosphere ?

Every single big game developer having management that's too incompetent to plan things out correctly is difficult to understand, yes.



So how long until it's officially vaporware?



You know it deserves the GOTY.

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Deus Ex (2000) - a game that pushes the boundaries of what the video game medium is capable of to a degree unmatched to this very day.

Just as well, I still need a new rig. Sucks for everyone else though!



Didn't crunch hard enough. Better luck next time.



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i never understood why people give release dates if they aren't hundred percent sure they'd be able to deliver. Better to jsut give a time frame, with in a year or a few months when they are ready. No need to get people's hopes up. Or just give progress updates and once it goes gold give a time frame.



KratosLives said:
i never understood why people give release dates if they aren't hundred percent sure they'd be able to deliver. Better to jsut give a time frame, with in a year or a few months when they are ready. No need to get people's hopes up. Or just give progress updates and once it goes gold give a time frame.

Anything can happen in a project. Release dates need to be published in advance to prepare all partners in distribution. 1 month is already extremely short.

Compare it with an online store that promises to deliver your package on Monday but then has to delay it because of a sudden storm. It was absolutely necessary to tell you the exact delivery date in advance so you can prepare to receive it. Would you rather that any online store lists all delivery dates in spans of several months just to make absolutely sure they hit the time frame?



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