Cyberpunk 2077, one of the year's biggest releases, is not coming to Xbox Game Pass at launch.
Despite the Xbox Portugal account previously reporting that the game would arrive on the company's subscription service at launch, the account has now apologised for what was a mistake.
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"Hello. Unfortunately, this was a mistake on our part. We wanted to talk about Xbox One X Special Edition of Cyberpunk 2077. We have no information regarding Xbox Game Pass and, for that, we extend our deepest apologies." the account tweeted.
This isn't the first time a game has been announced for Game Pass in recent months only to be rescinded shortly afterwards. Phil Spencer suggested that Remedy Entertainment's Control would be coming to the service back in December, but this was swiftly rebutted by the developer and publisher as well as Microsoft themselves.
That said, Cyberpunk 2077's marketing does seem to lean on Xbox. The game appeared, with Keanu Reeves, on the Xbox E3 stage in 2019, while the Series X version of the game will be free for any players that buy the Xbox One version.
While The Witcher 3 is part of the Xbox Game Pass library, that game launched in 2015 – so while Cyberpunk could join the service, it's a fair bet it'll be some time after launch.