Last fall, the gaming world was met with one of the worst clusterfucks in the history of entertainment, when Cyberpunk 2077 arrived. The game was beyond broken and hasn’t been fixed on the console; to the point where refunds were issued for anyone that purchased the game.
If you’re like us and have been gaming on PC, like anyone else with a brain; then you should know these consoles released prematurely. Neither the Xbox or PlayStation 5 has exclusive titles that has us saying either purchase is worth $500 bucks. Today, Sony confirmed that their killer-app for next fall, Gran Turismo 7, would officially be delayed until 2022.
The company said in a statement “GT7 has been impacted by COVID-related production challenges and therefore will shift from 2021 to 2022. With the ongoing pandemic, it’s a dynamic and changing situation and some critical aspects of game production have been slowed over the past several months. We’ll share more specifics on GT7’s release date when available.”
During the PlayStation 5 reveal showcase last summer, GT7 was one of the most anticipated releases many were looking forward to this year. Before the start of Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5, we issued out a warning, revealing that COVID would be delaying multiple titles this year.
Due to the severe backlash Cyberpunk received, this is the first of many non-annual titles we expect to see delayed until 2022 and possibly beyond. So far, these consoles have been a pure money grab with everyone home, offering little excitement.