If you still hoped to play Cyberpunk 2077 in 2019, we regret being the bearers of bad news.
Jason Schreier, the Kotaku journalist whose sources have proven time and again to be reliable, responded on Twitter to a comment that suggested that Cyberpunk 2077 would be released this year during the month of November.
“I do not know where you saw this rumor, but Cyberpunk will not be released at all this year,” said Jason Schreier. It should be noted that CD Projekt RED has not yet officially revealed the release date.
Cyberpunk 2077 was formally unveiled at E3 2018 with 50-minute gameplay presented exclusively behind closed doors, although the game had already been announced years earlier. The gameplay was later made public at Gamescom.
The studio has already confirmed that Cyberpunk 2077 will be present at E3 2019 with a playable demo.
Death Stranding, fallen order, and Pokémon 😱 That’s a full month especially if CoD goes back to November release and Cyberpunk rumored release date for November is true
— CluelessAL (@BlueTuesday8) May 29, 2019