UPDATE: Event postponed.

UPDATE 3/6/20: CD Project Red has returned its plans to see more of Cyberpunk 2077, via a live stream that was originally set for Thursday's new week.

The show is now held a week later, on Thursday 25 June.

CD Project Red wrote on Twitter yesterday evening that "more important discussions are happening at this time and we want them to be heard".

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ORIGINAL STORY 6/5/20: Cyberpunk 2077 & # 39; s updated release date of September 17 is still four months away, but developer CD Project has eat in & # 39; works for impatient fans, and it comes in June.

The developer & # 39; s announcement appeared, as far as & # 39; it goes on Twitter earlier today, posting the & # 39; s arrival of something called Night City Wire on June 11. That's quite the scope of & # 39; s specifications, but it seems reasonable to interpret the small TV emoji that accompanies the tweet as an indication that we're probably entering livestream territory here.

Of course, it's been a while since CD Project released something substantially new from Cyberpunk 2077. Last year, the developer offered a 15-minute piece of gameplay – even a shortened version of a demo displayed behind closed doors at Gamescom, offering a a closer look at & # 39; Pacifica district of & # 39; Cyberpunk 2077's Night City – so a fresh look at the experience that didn't come to Xbox One, PS4, and PC in September is long overdue.

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CD Project confirmed during a revenue call last month that a "full-blown next-gen version" of Cyberpunk 2077 is also in the works, and will arrive "later" than September 17. Those who do not buy the game on Xbox One can upgrade to the Xbox Series X version for free.

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