Cyberpunk 2077 developers are demanding basic human etiquette after receiving death threats due to the game’s delay, as the creators of Cyberpunk 2077, one of the most anticipated video games of the past few years, are facing a difficult experience in the run-up to the launch, causing yet another delay after the announcement of its launch.
According to the verge, senior game designer Andrzej Zawadzki took to Twitter following the announcement of the delay to plead with fans to exercise some basic human decency by not continuing to send death threats to the Polish studio.
“I want to touch one thing regarding delaying CyberpunkGame and I understand that you are feeling angry and disappointed and want to express your opinion on this topic, however, sending death threats to the developers is totally unacceptable and totally wrong,” he wrote on Twitter, adding: ” We are people just like you. ”
This is not the first time that a studio has experienced this behavior, but it is still a reprehensible behavior by members of the gaming community.
Cyberpunk 2077 has witnessed a complex multi-year development, starting as a game for PC and current game consoles, and turning into a multi-generation game that will also be available on Google Stadia in addition to the PC and the seven controllers that will support it, these include PS4 / PS4 Pro, PS5 and Xbox One / X and Xbox Series X / S.
The game has also been delayed three times from its original April 16 release date, and reports have been swirling about the studios tough working conditions.
But none of this justifies the kind of behavior that CD Projekt Red and countless other game makers face every day just to do their jobs.
The game developer also detailed one of the threats that studio members have received since the delay was announced in a separate tweet, saying there was a threat that someone threatened to burn them alive for not shipping the game on schedule.