Cyberpunk 2077 delays will drive Path of Exile developers to expand their end games in the future

Sheriff Said, Thursday, October 29, 2020 08:56 GMT

The next big update to Path of Exile will not hit in December as previously promised because of Cyberpunk 2077.

In today’s weird news, Cyberpunk 2077 The delay until December had a knock-on effect on games that had nothing to do with it.

Road of asylumThe 3.13 Endgame extension was set to be released on December 11th (the day after Cyberpunk 2077), but will postpone the release of the update to January.

Developer Grinding Gear Games makes it very clear that players don’t have to choose between the Path of Exile and the long-awaited dystopian RPG of CD Projekt Red.

“I don’t want to put the player in a position to choose between these two games, so I decided to postpone the release of Path of Exile 3.13 until January, out of the way.” Said.

This delay does not affect the content of the extension. In fact, Grinding Gear expects 3.13 to be ready by mid-December. The extra time will be used in the next update 3.14. With that in mind, the developers have promised to hold an in-game event. This allows players to look forward to during the holidays.

“I hope this delay does not affect the development schedule, but the release schedule may change slightly during 2021. I will post more details as soon as I know more about these dates and times. We announced 3.13, “added Grinding Gears.

The delay in Cyberpunk 2077 seems to be due to the current state of the game on PS4 and Xbox One. CD Projekt Red said it is ready for PC and next generation console versions.

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Cyberpunk 2077 delay causes Path of Exile dev to push back upcoming endgame expansion

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