If everything went on schedule and as planned, millions and millions of people would have been playing Cyberpunk 2077 today. That's because 16 April 2020 was the originally planned date for the release of the game. That was revealed at E3 2019 in a now-legendary moment with Keanu Reeves, when he showed up on the stage to talk about the game and give us release date trailer.
Alas, that date was postponed in January, and now we can expect the game to come out 17 September. Good thing is that the studio is absolutely sure that this new release date is the day when will we get the game, and there will be no more further delays. Adam KiciÅski, CD Projekt president, assures fans that the game is basically complete and now they are only doing some small iterations, bug fixes and other similar stuff.
- Read more: Design the most creative Cyberpunk 2077 PC case, and win Alienware Aurora R9 with a Cyberpunk 2080 Ti
Although we aren't getting Cyberpunk 2077 today, we are getting some interesting news regarding Cyberpunk 2077. Earlier today official Xbox Twitter teased something that resembles "hacking", with colours and general style very similar to Cyberpunk 2077.
And while people were guessing what it could be, Amazon Canada accidentally revealed it before time - Cyberpunk 2077 themed Xbox controller. It was quickly removed, but not before the fast hand of the internet managed to capture pictures of the controller, which you can see below.
Supposedly, Cyberpunk 2077 Xbox bundle will be announced next week with CP2077 themed controller and console, with Cyberpunk 2077 motives on it, which you can see here.
- Read more: Cyberpunk 2077 will have at least the same amount of DLCs as The Witcher 3, which will be announced ahead of the release
The controller is split into two parts. Grey part features fictional Arasaka Corp. logo, a Japanese firm from Cyberpunk 2077 universe.
"Arasaka Corp. is a family firm from Japan. They're known for providing corporate security, banking, and legal services. One of the most influential megacorporations in 2077, their weapons and vehicles are among the most sought after by police and security forces," says CD Project RED in a Tweet from yesterday.
And a black side with scratched "no future" on it. The controller intentionally has that "old and worn" look, to emphasize the hard life on the streets of Night City.
That's all the info we have for now. It is still unclear will the controller be available to purchase separately, or only as a part of the bundle.
Do you like the look of this controller? Tell us in the comments!