Cyberpunk 2077 Fans Have Started to Perform Rituals to Ensure the Game Doesn’t Get Delayed Again
Cyberpunk 2077 fans are well-aware that desperate times call for desperate measures as we near the 91-days until release mark.
Cyberpunk 2077 fans are getting nervous. If you aren’t keeping track, we’re nearing the 91-day mark until the game’s launch. While that might not seem significant, as strange coincidence would have it, CD Projekt Red’s two delays of Cyberpunk in 2020 both occurred 91-days prior to their planned releases. To ensure that the 91st day before launch doesn’t bring impending doom with it this time around, fans are starting to go to great lengths.
Over on Twitter recently, in a post that was eventually shared to Reddit, user @dcig66 shared a video of themselves performing a ritual to prevent Cyberpunk 2077 from getting delayed again. Yes, you read that correctly. This fan of the highly-anticipated RPG created a small setup to perform the ritual at, complete with candles and a random game disc of some sort. The standee also contained a picture with the CD Projekt Red logo and various other images associated with the game, including Keanu Reeves and Cyberpunk creator Mike Pondsmith. The ritual itself saw the fan chanting, “No delay, no delay, no delay,” multiple times over, among other things.
You can check out the full video right here if you’d like to have a chuckle for yourself.
So the big question here: will @dcig66’s ritual prove to be beneficial? Well, only time will tell, but if the 91st day before release truly is cursed, we should hear of another delay come tomorrow, which will be the date in which this dread-inducing period rolls around. Keep your fingers crossed, folks.
Cyberpunk 2077 is currently on track to launch later this year on Xbox One, PS4, and PC on November 19 and will later come to PS5 and Xbox Series X. Given the fact that CD Projekt has been showing off much more of the game via its Night City Wire live streams as of late, it stands to reason that we’ll absolutely be seeing it released on time. That said, given how complicated development has been for many studios around the globe in 2020, perhaps another delay isn’t totally out of the question after all.