Cyberpunk 2077 Delayed To September 17th, While CDPR Is Looking For Diverse Devs

The season of delays is upon us, and it looks like CD Projekt Red has joined in by pushing Cyberpunk 2077 back from April 16th to September 17th, 2020. However, CDPR is also looking for more diverse devs to help out with the upcoming sci-fi RPG for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

Folks have been waiting a long time for Cyberpunk 2077 to drop, and it looks like those interested in the game that seems to be pulling social justice warriors out of the woodwork like a certain controversial feminist must wait even longer.

According to the official Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter account, the forthcoming game will no longer release on its original date (as announced during E3 2019) but later in the year. To be specific, September 17th is the new due date according to the following post:

CDPR claims the game had to be delayed so that fans can experience a complete product at launch. Personally speaking, this was to be expected given that the game still looks rough around the edges with Johnny Silverhand looking hit:


Moreover, I’m sure we can attribute the delay, and the poor looking Johnny Silverhand model to diversity hires in that CDPR is actively looking to hire more diverse devs.

Late last year, the story director for CDPR, Marcin Blacha, posted a picture showing a portion of the team. The image reveals that current year entities fill the ranks at said studio with no remorse:

Nevertheless, a person on Twitter lamented how there are no people of color in the photo to which Blacha replied that the team is working on finding more diverse devs:

With all of that said, you can expect Cyberpunk 2077 to release for PC and home consoles early Q3 this year while CDPR is busy looking for more diversity hires to help out.