Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the most anticipated games of the year, and in fact is a game that has been desired for many years. This is because it comes from the team behind The Witcher Trilogy, which was known for deep stories, enjoyable characters, and great gameplay. This is a truly original title (as The Witcher was based on books) and as such many are wanting to see how it’ll be. It’s been delayed many times, but it appears to be on track for its September 17th release date.
However, a new article about the game that showcased it’s marketing campaign revealed that it would only launch on that date for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC. As for its arrival on Google Stadia, that was stated to be coming later in the year. Though no definitive date was given in the article itself. This means it could launch anytime after September, or potentially into early next year should another delay happen.
This is a huge blow for Google Stadia, one in a large line of them that have gone on since the launch. The streaming console was trying to be a new kind of console in terms of how you play games, but almost immediately it became clear just how lackluster and how convoluted the console was compared to the rather straightforward nature of ones like the Xbox One and the PS4. Add to that, the library of games for it was paltry, and when you did play them, it wasn’t as refined as promised.
Many gamers in the world feel that the console is a joke, which was only amplified by their bizarre marketing campaign for the system.
Regardless of that though, players are pumped for Cyberpunk 2077, and eagerly await their chance to go and take a walk through Night City.