CD Projekt Red was cemented as a major name in the gaming industry following its work on 2015's Game of the Year, The Witcher 3.
That said, Cyberpunk 2077 is looking likely to become one of the biggest games of the year, with Mike Pondsmith's dystopian RPG set to provide an expansive single-player experience, much like in The Witcher 3.
However, fans are voicing concern over the game's development, as so many games and events have seen postponements over the last couple of weeks.
As is the case with the majority of businesses over the past week, CD Project Red has asked employees to continue working from remote locations as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak.
The studio has made the decision to ensure "the highest level of personal safety" for its team, but most importantly, it also doesn't expect that the shift will delay the release of Cyberpunk 2077.
It's nice to hear that Cyberpunk is still on track, although we are unsure of how long this air of positivity will last.
The fan responses to the above tweet are encouraging, though many members of the community have expressed their concerns, explaining that they do not mind if Cyberpunk is delayed.
Hopefully, remote work doesn’t prove to be too disruptive to the development team, but only time will tell.
That’s all we have for now but check back in for our updates on Cyberpunk’s progress.
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