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13 June 2018, 03:06 | Cameron Gross
CD Project Red
The newest game from developer CD Projekt Red has finally gotten a trailer and it looks absolutely stunning. The game will have "cyber-enhanced street warriors, tech-savvy netrunnersand corporate lifehackers" and you will seek to become an "urban legend".
With the Blood and Wine expansion for The Witcher 3 releasing over two years ago, Cyberpunk 2077 is definitely well into development. Just as Phil Spencer was about to bid the audience farewell, the screens on stage started to "malfunction" and a new video began to play.
Plenty of action was shown during the trailer, which will only help fuel the hype surrounding the big Cyberpunk 2077 project. If you pay attention to all the details, you'll find some other information inside it. CD Projekt Red wanted to answer a few questions via this trailer, and here they are.
"When we told you we would only release the game when it's ready, we meant it", explained the team in their cryptic letter hidden in the trailer.
It's been a long time since we have seen another trailer for Cyberpunk 2077 and now it's here thanks to a reveal at E3 2018.
As expected, we'll be seeing plenty of robots this time around along with more guns instead of swords.
CD Projekt Red's sci-fi game shown off at Microsoft's presentation.
Downloadable content will be free, and the game won't have digital rights protection: "As for DRM, CP2077, will be 100 percent DRM-free on PC". You will be able to create your own character. What do you think about Cyberpunk 2077? .
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