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Here is everything we know so far about Cyberpunk 2077, and you can discover some old things here that didn’t make it to launch day, so be careful. The 48-minute gameplay video above is, as the trailer suggests, a great watch to get a good idea of what this is all about. After being hotly anticipated for most of a decade, it’s finally here – and here it is, in time for Christmas.
The demo shows that Cyberpunk 2077 has much more in common with its predecessor than in the past, such as the lack of a single-player campaign.
It looks like driving will be a big issue in Cyberpunk 2077, with transportation coming in the form of a variety of vehicles, including cars, trucks, motorcycles, and even helicopters. There is also a touch of GTA V, as there will be street races in-game. Once multiplayer arrives, we can expect its DLC model to follow a similar path to Witcher 3. If you’re looking forward to the November release date, check out our list of other open-world games you could play in the meantime.
The release date of Cyberpunk 2077 is December 10, 2020, but it depends on where you live, so be aware that it will be available for download in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. In Cyberpunk2077 there will be a free to play version of the game for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One as well as Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. There is no word on whether or not there will be an online multiplayer mode.
CD Projekt Red ramped up the development of the game after the release of Cyberpunk 2077 in September and started with a small team in the studio, while the rest of the developers are focused on updating and creating the online mode. Speaking to Wccftech, he said: ‘I’m pretty cyberpunk, but I’m not going to be off the radar of cyberpunks. The game, which is currently being developed by Game Detectives, a development team from the same studio as the original game, will be released on April 16, 2020. CD project inform the community of GameDetectives that ARG is still on hold and that it will not be missed when it is back
CD Projekt Red said back in 2013 that Cyberpunk 2077 would have a multiplayer feature, but they remained silent on the subject until the single-player game came along. Given that Digital Scapes helped develop the original game and the upcoming Dying Light, there is no doubt that it will have a proper multiplayer system. At E3 2018, they knew it wouldn’t be available at launch, and the mode won’t be introduced until the free DLC is out the door. Since then, however, it has yet to be officially confirmed whether and how long multiplayer games will be available
Cyberpunk 2077 is partly a first person shooter, and anyone who has played the latter Fallout games and similar titles should have a good idea of how it will work. We will indulge in a bit of Watch Dogs scanning – in the style of Watch Dogs – and look at what will probably be one of the most interesting aspects of Cyberpunk’s multiplayer system. They have access to a wide range of close combat weapons and high-tech weapons, including a variety of assault rifles, pistols, shotguns, sniper rifles and machine guns.
This looks incredible and allows players to access a wealth of skills and abilities to wreak havoc on their instructions, violent or otherwise. Cyberpunk 2077 uses the first person perspective to give the player control over one of the game’s most iconic characters, the protagonists, and it also works well with the game’s penchant for fast and fast-paced shooting
But not everything is sunshine and roses when it comes to the role-playing experience that CD Projekt Red promised with Cyberpunk 2077. The good news is that there will be no micro-transactions that they say they don’t want to lose the goodwill of their customers.
DLC will be plentiful, and while Witcher 3 has been praised for its introduction to DLC, it looks like Cyberpunk 2077 will be too. We have more to come when the game arrives, including our first look at the Cyberpunk2077 DLC.
Cyberpunk 2077 was first introduced behind closed doors at E3, but CD Projekt Red presented the same demo to a select few at Gamescom and streamed a gameplay demo to it, including footage we’ve seen at gamescom and various game styles that can be adopted on the go. If you’re looking for more walks through the game as well as more game footage, CDPR has posted many videos on their YouTube channel, from the first moments to the final game mode.