CD Projekt RED has released new screenshots of the much awaited Cyberpunk 2077, some of them already depicted in the trailer. We also share the official E3 trailer again, watermark-free this time. Update: artworks added.
Introducing Cyberpunk 2077 — the role-playing game of the dark future!
CD PROJEKT RED, creators of The Witcher series of games, are proud to share the first official details about their upcoming title — Cyberpunk 2077.
Cyberpunk 2077 is an open world, narrative-driven role-playing game set in the universe of the classic pen & paper RPG system — Cyberpunk 2020.
The game follows the story of V — a hired gun on the rise in Night City, the most violent and dangerous metropolis of the corporate-ruled future. A robust character creator will allow players to choose V’s gender, visual appearance, character class, as well as historical background — all of which may influence the shape of the game.
With dozens of hours of main story arc quests, and many more of additional activities, there’s always something to see and do in Night City. Players will experience all of it entirely through V’s eyes, with an interactive dialogue system that gives them greater narrative agency.
Returning in Cyberpunk 2077 is CD PROJEKT RED’s hallmark of choices and consequences. As they make their way through the streets of Night City and its sky-scraping megabuildings, players will face difficult decisions that will ripple through the entire game.
Cyberpunk 2077 will be releasing on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. For more information, visit cyberpunk.net, and follow the game on Facebook and Twitter.
Luring those dynamic hordes to ripper camps sounds fun because they worship them. They won't fight them they'll simply be eaten willingly. Lol (7 Hours ago)
I told you how it worked when game informer did their deep dive coverage. (7 Hours ago)
They've put in challenge hordes that are super tough to beat that are pre-determined in size and strength. You'd be stupid to fight those without a ton of resources. (7 Hours ago)
@droezelke: that's the challenge hordes. The end game ones. There is an overworked horde that moves and sleeps, and eats based on how you've affects the rest of the world. (7 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX: Bioshock 1 is an absolute classic. Bioshock 2 wasn't Ken Levine. Infinite was just good. (8 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX: Oh yeah, it definitely had something going on for it. The ending to me was just...ugh. The 1st managed to keep me attention throughout, I just wanted to be done with Infinite halfway. (10 Hours ago)
Amazing characters, and great dialog, but the plot has serious issues and I felt like the way it expanded the universe and connected to the other game was convoluted. (11 Hours ago)