Cyberpunk 2077 Will be Available to Preload on Monday

Cyberpunk 2077 is the most anticipated game of 2020. The final release date of the game is December 10th, which is only 7 days away. Developer CD Projekt Red has been pouring down information related to the game since the initial delay in the form of Night City Wire. Other than this, the studio has been quite vocal on Twitter regarding any information required by fans and reviewers.

CDPR has ensured that the current release date will be the final release date, which is evident by the fact that many reviewers have started receiving their review copy of the game. Some retailers have also started stocking the disc version of the game. Yesterday the studio released the Photo Mode trailer, which shows the customizations offered by the Photo Mode in the game. The studio also released relevant information for the streamers while talking about the streamer mode in the game. The mode blocks copyrighted content and nudity from the game.

Now, the studio has released a detailed release schedule of the game for different regions. In a tweet, the studio announced that the PC and Stadia release would be simultaneous, and the game will be available to play at specified times depending upon the country/region.

Gamers can preload the game as soon as Monday, December 7th, depending upon the platform from which they bought the game. It will be available on GOG.com at 12 PM, and Steam/Epic Games players will be available at 5 PM.

On the other, the console release will also be specific to the platform as well. It is not sure whether the console players will be able to preload the game. We will keep you posted once more information is released.

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