Cyberpunk 2077 Development 'Crunching Together' Despite Delay

 
Despite several delays, CD Projekt Red claims that development of the highly anticipated Cyberpunk 2077 is 'crunching together' ahead of its latest release date. Keanu Reeves is said to be heavily involved in the process, making massive sacrifices on behalf of the team.

The development of Cyberpunk 2077 has been a long and studious endeavour. First announced in 2012, the large budget title was eventually stated to release in April 2020, only to see a delay to September 17 and now even further to November 19, with the multiplayer component launching later in 2021.

Many are claiming Cyberpunk 2077 has become too ambitious for CD Projekt to handle, but the Polish company has refuted that theory, stating that they have a god-like weapon endearing the development team toward victory.


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"Since our announcement of the breathtaking Keanu Reeves joining the Cyberpunk ranks at E3 2019, he has been incredibly hands on with the project." Said Marin Kiciński, CEO of CD Projekt.

"When Keanu heard the news that we've been struggling to meet deadlines on our quest for tech noir perfection, he dialed a collect call to our office landline in Poland, where he transferred through the copper pairs like Neo to offer his assistance."

"Keanu was absolutely appalled by the crunching and abuse our management inflicted towards our staff. You see in Poland we have different methods of achieving optimal staff productivity, and Mr Reeves wasn't receptive to those procedures."

"So much so, that he offered his own physical being as a sacrifice to our staff, opting to endure all of their pain and suffering so we could get this damn game out the door."


"What happened next was inspirational. Keanu stripped down to a rag, chained himself up and insisted our staff take out their rage on him instead of each other. It didn't take long until everyone from management to the first year interns would periodically abuse the shit out of Keanu when their stress levels spiked because of our unfortunate crunch policies."






 
"Amazingly, the process worked! Productivity and morale has improved to the point we're now 100% confident that we'll make our November release date. He's a modern day Jesus Christ I tell you! In Keanu's name. Amen."

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