CD Projekt Red no longer attending PAX East
While the team is pulling out of PAX East, GDC attendance should still continue.
What you need to know
- CD Projekt Red is no longer attending PAX East.
- The team was not bringing Cyberpunk 2077 but had planned to be at the event all the same.
- CD Projekt Red does still intend to attend GDC 2020.
CD Projekt Red will no longer be at PAX East. Stephanie Bayer, the Head of Communications for CD Projekt Red in North America, shared the news via Twitter.
I just found out my team is cancelling our PAX East trip so I will NOT be at PAX East as previously planned.
I should still be at GDC though!I just found out my team is cancelling our PAX East trip so I will NOT be at PAX East as previously planned.
I should still be at GDC though!— Stephanie Bayer (@NSSteph) February 25, 2020February 25, 2020
While the news is disappointing for anyone who was hoping to talk with the team at PAX East, Bayer also noted that the team should still be attending GDC 2020, so that event remains unaffected for now.
Yesterday, CD Projekt Red made the major announcement that it would be the first third-party company to support Xbox's new Smart Delivery for the next generation, meaning players who buy Cyberpunk 2077 on Xbox One will get the eventual Xbox Series X upgrade for free.
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