CD Projekt Red by no means intended to release Cyberpunk 2077’s multiplayer mode with the main game at launch. However, if you had been hoping to play with your friends within the game’s futuristic setting inside the year or the following, then we have got bad news for you. In line with Polygon, the developer’s SVP of development Michał Nowakowski told traders in a name that the mode will not be coming out till after 2021. Not surprising, seeing as the corporation has announced that the game’s launch date has been pushed again to September 17th.
Cyberpunk 2077 was supposed to be part of the pretty lengthy record of much-awaited games dropping in April, together with the Resident Evil 3 and Final Fantasy VII remakes. (Square Enix also moves back FFVII’s launch for a month.) Nonetheless, CD Projekt Red needed to delay the RPG’s start by five months to provide it sufficient time to polish and take a look at the game, as well as to repair any issues it might have.
Unfortunately, the exec did not give a more specific timeframe for multiplayer’s availability. We might have to attend for more updates to come back out over the next two years.