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New Cyberpunk 2077 info, meet the Tyger Claws

By Cian Maher, Wednesday, 4 March 2020 16:14 GMT

As we inch ever so closer to launch, new Cyberpunk 2077 info has started to crop up all over the internet. A lot of it is merely speculation but, occasionally, something slightly more concrete appears.

CD Projekt Red has remained pretty tight-lipped on the subject, which makes the legitimacy of new Cyberpunk 2077 info difficult to assess. However, a recent YouTube video posted by Madqueen Show introduces one of the many gangs that roam Night City: the Tyger Claws (called Tyger’s Claw in Mike Pondsmith’s tabletop RPG, but seemingly renamed for CDPR’s adaptation). You can watch the full video below.

“The Tyger Claws are a Japanese booster gang in Night City, settled in the district of Westbrook, also known as ‘Japantown,’ the part of the city where people go when they’re looking for thrills,” the video description reads. “As they are the protectors of the Japanese community at large, it is thought they are backed up by one of the most powerful megacorporations of Cyberpunk 2077: Arasaka.” Apparently the Tyger Claws eschew hi-tech cyber weapons for a more traditional style of combat: martial arts.

There are two main pieces of evidence that support the information in the video. First of all, an artist who goes by the handle “Death Burger” posted a collection of concept art they apparently worked on for the official Cyberpunk 2077 steelbook. It appeared over at ArtStation a few months ago and consists of four different pieces of cover art, each depicting one of Night City’s notorious criminal gangs: Tyger Claws, Valentinos, Maelstrom, and Voodoo Boys.

What further legitimizes this is the presence of a Tyger Claws poster that’s currently listed over at CD Projekt Red’s official store. “Riding out from the heart of Japantown in a psychedelic blur, the Tyger Claws are dead-set on staking claim to fresh territory,” the description reads. “Word has it they’ve already picked out the perfect spot on your walls.”

If you want to know more about the Tyger Claws, check out the video embedded above. If you’re curious about other Cyberpunky trivia, check out the recent revelation about the Cyberpunk 2077 map, or dig into the new Cyberpunk 2077 info Grimes spilled about her character.

Cyberpunk 2077 launches for Xbox One, PS4, PC, and Google Stadia on September 17, 2020. Check out our full Cyberpunk 2077 primer if you want to bring yourself up to speed. If you’re bored and are considering a return to the mean streets of Novigrad while you wait, check out our list of the best Witcher 3 mods.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Gang The Mox Revealed, More Character Info Teased

CD Projekt RED confirms more information about the Cyberpunk 2077 gang ‘The Mox’ and says that fans should expect more reveals soon.

CD Projekt RED revealed new information about Cyberpunk 2077 gang The Mox. However, this may not be the only info drop about gang members and corporations that fans can expect from the developer, as more Cyberpunk 2077 reveals have been teased.

On Twitter, the official Cyberpunk 2077 account said that “The Mox” is a gang that was created in 2076 after a strip club owner and former prostitute, Elizabeth “Lizzie” Borden died. Borden was someone who “treated her workers fairly and defended them from violent clients” and so The Mox call themselves “those who protect working girls and guys from violence and abuse.” Borden seems to be named after real-life American woman Lizzie Borden who was tried and acquitted for the axe murder of her father and stepmother in the 19th century, but it’s unclear if that will be talked about in the game.

Cyberpunk 2077 is full of cool gangs but fans seem more excited than usual about The Mox. In response to the tweet about the gang, several fans have asked if they’ll be able to join them. That won’t be possible but there may be several missions that allow players to work with the gang.

The first entry in the series of posts talking about corporations and gangs that you will be able to encounter in the streets of Night City. Stay tuned for more!

CD Projekt RED and Mike Pondsmith, who created the series, have teased a big rescue mission for the Tyger’s Claw gang. Many would like there to be something like that for The Mox, where they help the gang protect sex workers.

CD Projekt RED’s global community lead Marcin Momot has also confirmed that there will be much more information to come about Cyberpunk 2077‘s gangs. Momot wrote on Twitter that the tweet about The Mox is the “first entry in the series of posts talking about corporations and gangs that you will be able to encounter in the streets of Night City.” There are gangs like the Voodoo Boys, the Animals, and Tyger’s Claw and any of these could be next in the series.

These info drops give fans a chance to learn more about the game right at the time that they’d be preparing to play it. CD Projekt RED delayed Cyberpunk 2077 to September from April meaning that fans are having to wait four more months to play the game. Tweets about gangs won’t completely dry fans’ tears but it will help.

Many fans also want CD Projekt RED to accompany some of these gang reveals with some new Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay. After revealing a new Cyberpunk 2077 trailer at E3 2019, fans haven’t been given another look at the game which is strange as the release date is just four months away. The developer could reveal gameplay of a gang mission as part of the series but nothing has been officially confirmed.

Cyberpunk 2077 is currently in development and is set for release on September 17, 2020, for PC, PS4, Stadia, and Xbox One.


Post E3 2019 Cyberpunk 2077 RPG Info Blowout


There was a time when Cyberpunk 2077 details were limited. Years went by and CD Projekt RED didn’t say a word. But things have changed in the past few months, especially, after E3 2019.

Developers have done interviews, shared gameplay trailers, behind the scenes presentions, and more. So instead of running around like a headless chicken everywhere on the internet looking for information, find everything you need to know below.

We have compiled all the information you should know before playing Cyberpunk 2077 – from the latest news to what could be coming.

The Year of Cyberpunk 2077 Starts and CD Projekt RED’s Commitment to Quality

The year of CD Projekt RED’s Cyberpunk 2077 starts on April 16. The Polish developer will release its sci-fi RPG in 2020 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The game has been in development for 6+ years. It was announced even before the release of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

We finally saw Cyberpunk at E3 2018 and again at E3 2019.

It took a long time to complete this project and throughout CD Project RED remained committed. Even after the seemingly orchestrated backlash, CD Project RED remains committed to its vision. CD Projekt RED team is obsessed with delivering a quality product, in fact, the team even noticed bugs in the behind closed doors gameplay demo from E3 2019. Immediately they went to fix and improve the game. Feedback from the media and fans who’ll see the demo at Gamescom 2019 is crucial for the development of Cyberpunk 2077.

As an artist and designer, we always have to have something taken from us or we’re never finished with it! We’re always trying to update and make small little tweaks. So for me, there’s always room for improvement and there are still things that I want to fix.

I even saw small bugs in the E3 demo and thought, ‘I can make that better.’ In that regard, we want to deliver a top quality product.

CD Projekt is a company that’s full of gamers: we’re making games but also playing them. So to that effect, we’re listening to everything and if you have comments about the game’s audio, we will pass it on, and if you have comments about lighting, we’ll send them to lighting.

We just want to make a top-notch product. Very few people at CDPR are settling for ‘OK’ – we’re trying to do something exceptional here. In terms of feedback, we’ll listen to whatever you have – good or bad!

CD Project RED isn’t afraid to make significant chanced to Cyberpunk 2077 this late in development. If feedback from the community points to something that needs to be changed for the better, the studio considers itself a “bold company” and won’t shy away from changes. One of the expected changes from the community might be Xbox One X and PS4 Pro optimizations. CDPR isn’t doing anything special with both of these consoles. But it’s nothing that can’t be done with a post-release update.

The Media Attacks and Epic’s Alleged Involvement

CD Projekt RED has been under attack by the mainstream media. The company is accused of being racist and sexist. All of this took place a few weeks ago when the likes of Kotaku, Polygon, and VOX media overall attacked CD Projekt RED.

The base of the entire thing was a transgender poster in Cyberpunk 2077. Later the same publications also complained about the mishandling of people of color in Cyberpunk 2077. Mike Pondsmith the creator of Cyberpunk universe, and a black man came out to defend the game and its approach to the topics of race and gender. He told people to not be offended for him and to “shut the fuck up.”

Soon after an interesting report came to light. Thanks to some actual journalism people were able to dig information that might possibly explain the true motives behind the media attack. The financial trail leads back to Epic Games. The report claims Epic Games wishes to damage CD Projekt’s reputation to make sure GOG 2.0 never becomes a threat to Epic Games Store.

GOG is now a Microsoft partner and with Microsoft’s funding, GOG Galaxy 2.0 can position itself as one of the leading PC games platforms. It is nothing but a “conspiracy theory” at this point so take it with a pile of salt. Although it is interesting that Epic Games felt the need to address this not so popular conspiracy theory. Of course, the company denies everything.

But Epic fans rest assured Cyberpunk 2077 is available on Epic Games Store. Yet we recommend picking up the game from GOG to support CDPR. 100% of the money goes to the development team.

Keanu Reeves As Johnny Silverhand – Do We Need Hollywood Stars In Video Games?

Seeing Hollywood stars in video games is nothing new but over the past few years, their involvement has increased. Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding hired Norman Reedus and Mads Mikelson.

But none compare to the arrival of Keanu Reeves at E3 2019. Microsoft’s E3 stage lit up when the John Wick star came out to reveal his role in Cyberpunk 2077. He is playing Johnny Silverhand, a digital ghost. He “isn’t a normal human,” said CD Projekt RED. His role as Silverhand broadens the appeal of Cyberpunk RPG.

His involvement gave the game more exposure in terms of the mainstream media. Some news channels even covered this topic. News channels usually report on video game addiction and violence that’s linked to video games. Keanu Reeves’ Cyberpunk role helped paint video games in a positive light to the general audience.

CD Projekt’s spokesperson and UI coordinator Alvin Liu discussed Reeves as Johnny Silverhand.

I will say that CDPR is a video game company first and it’s very important to us that the match works. If it was a random celebrity that just wouldn’t work with our franchise, like Britney Spears or something, we wouldn’t pursue that opportunity. So for us, we pursue it because it’s a great match for the game and not necessarily because we want to accomplish some goal with reaching a different audience or anything like that.

You’re Breathtaking!!

The sentence has become a meme online, used to admire posts, people, comments, more. At E3 2019, one of the fans shouted “you’re breathtaking” at Keanu Reeves. The Matrix fame actor said it back to the fan before saying “you’re all breathtaking.” It is an amazing and pure moment that’ll always be remembered.

CDPR gave the shouting fan a collector’s edition of Cyberpunk 2077. The fan instead asked the company to donate Go Kart to a Children’s hospital, and CDPR did.

What’s New On Gameplay?

CD Projekt RED has created dynamic animations for Cyberpunk 2077. Players will experience better gun animations as they get better at using different weapons. CD Project RED posted a Twitter video that reveals this interesting detail. According to CDPR, everyone missed this little detail in the gameplay demo shown at E3.

Weapon animations will change as you get better at using weapons. This is never before seen the feature and could change the way weapons are handled in video games.

Speaking of gunplay, if are wondering if Cyberpunk 2077 is a first-person shooter? Well, yes and no. It is a sci-fi RPG with FPS mechanics. You can also take cover behind objects, use different abilities including hacks.

It’s More Vertical Than Horizontal

Cyberpunk 2077 is more vertical than horizontal. The map features many buildings that you can enter and get a feel for life in Night City. Apartment buildings, clubs, shops, underground spaces, there is plenty of exploration. CDPR says there are many ways to traverse these buildings which fans would love to find out when the game hits April 16 consoles and PC.


48 Minute Cyberpunk 2077 Gameplay Trailer Released With Secret Message

Likely the first easter egg of many

Very early in the morning today I found myself awake, and I was having some coffee and browsing when I saw that CD Projekt RED’s Twitch channel was playing Cyberpunk 2077. Except it was actually broadcasting a jumble of seemingly random characters, clearly part of a new ARG teaser. Obviously, the Reddit hivemind quickly caught on that it was a string of base64 code for a PNG file , which apparently hasn’t been reverse-engineered yet.

After a few hours of that, it finally showed a progress bar for the upload of the gameplay reveal trailer, but not before getting stuck at 99% and teasing viewers for a few more minutes. What followed was the same 48-minute gameplay demo shown to great acclaim at E3 and gamescom, which has already been dissected and impressed upon by so many journalists and fans, including our own team . I’m still processing what I saw myself.

One of the frames in the trailer also showed the following message, similar to the one spotted in the cinematic trailer .

Sorry to have kept you waiting for this for so long!

Did you like what you saw? Because for us, the fact that we’re finally showing you Cyberpunk 2077 is HUGE. Please go to our forums, twitter, facebook, discord, and do tell what you think. Is the game world how you imagined? Do you see what we meant by “immersion” when we talked about CP2077 being an FPP RPG? How does our vision of “cyberpunk by day” make you feel? We really want to know.

Aside from that, we think we owe you a few words of explanation on why we’re showing you this gameplay now, some time after industry professionals and media saw it at E3 and gamescom.

Each time we discussed the idea of showing the game to you (and we discussed this idea a lot), we were ending up in this “we’re not 100% sure” limbo. Why? Because (for most people), when a game dev shows gameplay footage from their game, it means that this is how the game is going to look or play like. It’s not the case here. Cyberpunk 2077 is deep in development. We have a lot of design ideas, a lot of mechanics being playtested, but we don’t know what we’ll end up with at launch. This makes publishing videos like what you just saw risky –we don’t want gamers saying ‘but in that previous video that gun was shooting differently’, or ‘why did you change the interface?’. Change is inherent to game development and there’s a ton of things being modified each day. Our fear was (and kind of still is) that you’ll think what you just saw is how Cyberpunk 2077 will look like.

What gave us that extra confidence to show you a work in progress game? Good initial feedback from people who are accustomed to see games at various stages of development. What they told us (and they told us they really liked what they saw) gave us the boost we needed to show the current version of Cyberpunk 2077 to the most passionate and insightful audience –you.

So here’s what Cyberpunk 2077 looks like today (or rather looked like when we recorded the video). We sincerely hope you liked it.

Again, thank you for your patience and all the thoughts you shared with us.

Committed as they are to deliver on their vision, the Polish developers also seem invested in engaging the fanbase in the development process, as much as possible. It remains to be seen how much the game will change, and hopefully we will soon get to see more gameplay trailers and details. As it stands right now, it’s an impressive and dense trailer that will have fans poring over its details for months.


Cloudpunk trailer looks like a super-chill Cyberpunk 2077 alternative

Cloudpunk could whet your appetite before Cyberpunk 2077‘s launch.

No one can deny that Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the most anticipated games of 2020. CD Projekt Red’s next major release after The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt seems incredibly ambitious and exhilarating, but any cyberpunk fans out there looking for a chill alternative or something to fill the void after its recent delay from April to September can say hello to Cloudpunk.

Sony released an official announcement trailer Thursday for Cloudpunk, along with an accompanying blog post. Coming to PC and consoles later this year from Ion Lands and Merge Games, Cloudpunk is an open-world cyberpunk indie game where you play as a delivery person in a futuristic city with a major focus on narrative and story.

An exact release date has not been set yet, but Cloudpunk will launch on PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in addition to PC. Especially for Nintendo Switch gamers, Cloudpunk should be all the more enticing when you remember that Cyberpunk 2077 won’t be coming to that platform anytime soon — unless Saber Interactive can pull off what they did with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’s Switch port. Though, considering some reports that Cyberpunk 2077 is reportedly struggling to work on current-generation consoles, that seems pretty unlikely.

As an indie game, Cloudpunk is required to tackle exploring a vast, futuristic city in a very different way than Cyberpunk 2077. While Cyberpunk 2077 will have players mainly trotting and shooting around the lower levels of a dystopian city, Cloudpunk seems like a chill flight simulator that mainly focuses on driving with a few short on-foot sections. The whole vibe seems very chill.

Players control Rania, a woman who works for the titular delivery service “Cloudpunk” in the city of Nivalis. Like other indie darlings Kentucky Route Zero and Neo Cab, this title’s focus is on telling an engaging narrative while players cruise around. Ion Lands claims that Nivalis is inspired by the likes of Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Seoul in the press release unveiling the console ports, and also highlighted the focus on verticality in its design.

The first trailer, which you can watch below, does an excellent job at setting up Cloudpunk’s overall vibe, making it all the more exciting during this drought of new Cyberpunk 2077 information. A fitting synth soundtrack permeates the trailer, Raina’s commentary is both soothing and intriguing as she spouts exposition about herself and Nivalis. If the colorful city, story, and soundtrack all come together well, we may have a nice, relaxing cyberpunk game on our hands:

In an industry where games, even within the sci-fi genre, continue to get more and more bombastic, Cloudpunk seems like it will be a good palate cleanser in between the biggest video game releases of 2020.

If it is released before Cyberpunk 2077, it may do a solid job of scratching that cyberpunk RPG itch. The official press release for Cloudpunk teases that the player’s “decisions will have a lasting impact on the inhabitants of Nivalis,” and that the world will be littered with hidden places and items that contain interesting new story content. Cloudpunk has a tall order going up against Cyberpunk 2077, but this indie game’s ambition allows it to stand its ground.

Cloudpunk will come to PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in 2020.


Cyberpunk 2077 Gets Turned Into a PS1 Game in Fan-Made Trailer

Cyberpunk 2077 Gets Turned Into a PS1 Game in Fan-Made Trailer

This fan-made trailer by Bearly Regal demakes Cyberpunk 2077 by turning it into a first-person-style experience from the PS1 era.

When it comes to the games of next year that we’re most looking forward to, Cyberpunk 2077 is by far one of the most easily anticipated 2020 games on the horizon. Coming from CD Projekt Red, there’s no doubt that the game seems like it will deliver cutting-edge visuals and a huge world to explore, but a new fan-made project envisions what it would like like from an earlier era of gaming.

A new fan-made trailer from Bearly Regal (YouTube) takes viewers through a visual tour of a project to turn Cyberpunk 2077 into a PS1-era first-person game. The video itself walks through several environments and scenes inspired by what we’ve seen of the game so far, along with a behind-the-scenes look at how the demo (and video) were put together.

Though the game is still under a year away from release, Cyberpunk 2077 has already been a huge source of inspiration for intriguing fan creations, from cosplay, to fan art, and more. However, the video from Bearly Regal is one of the more involved fan creations we’ve seen that are inspired by the game yet, and given the already retro aesthetic of the game itself, it’s suitable to see how it would look as a video game that came straight out of the ’90s.


New Cyberpunk 2077 Trailer from E3 Has A Hidden Message

Cyberpunk 2077 Is Almost Here

A new trailer for CD-Projekt RED‘s Cyberpunk 2077 is here. It is probably the single most anticipated single-player game in the last few years, with good reason. CD-Projekt RED after all is responsible for The Witcher series. Furthermore, they are the “Good Guy Greg” of the PC gaming industry. While all other publishers are working hard to squeeze as much revenue through loot boxes, microtransactions, and online features, CD-Projekt RED shun all of those for pure gaming experience. In fact, they have repeatedly denied any plans to introduces those features to their games. Even their online gaming store as well as their games are decidedly DRM-free.

As for Cyberpunk 2077, CD-Projekt RED has been extremely quiet about details ever since the initial announcement. What is obviously known is that it takes place in a futuristic America and is an open-world game. This makes it not just the most ambitious title from the company, but one of the most ambitious games yet. Check out the trailer below to see what kind of action to expect from the game:

Aren’t There Anymore Details Cyberpunk 2077?

As cool as the trailer is, fans still expect details, especially since it is E3 2018. Although CD-Projekt RED is explicitly still keeping quiet about actual release dates or details, the latest trailer apparently has a secret message inside.

Pause sometime near the end when the screen glitches. Also make sure to set it to the highest resolution you can so the message is readable. It happens very quick so it will be difficult to spot unless you set the playback speed to 0.25. You should see something like this:

What Does The Secret Message Say?

The message is quite long, so here it is in its entirety:

It’s been over 2077 days since we announced our plan to develop Cyberpunk 2077. We released a CGI trailer, gave some interviews and… went dark. Normal procedure for these kinds of things — you announce a game and then shut up, roll up your sleeves and get to work. We wanted to give you the Witcher 3 and both expansions first, which is why this period of staying silent was longer than we planned. Sorry for that.

As soon as we concluded work on Blood and Wine, we were able to go full speed ahead with CP2077’s pre-production. But we chose to remain silent. Why? At she point we made the decisions to resume talking about the game when we have something to show. Something meaningful and substantial. This is because we do realize you’ve been impatiently waiting for a very long time, and we wouldn’t like anyone to feel that we’re taking this for granted. On the contrary — it gives us a lot of extra motivation. The hype is real, so the sweat and tears need to be real, too 🙂

But to the point. Today is the day. If you’re seeing this, it means you saw the trailer. – our vision for Cyberpunk, an alternative version of the future where America is in pieces, megacorporations control all aspects of civilized life, and gangs rule the rest. And, while this world is full of adrenaline, don’t let the car chases and guns mislead you. Cyberpunk 2077 is a true single player, story-driven RPG. You’ll be able to create your own character and… well, you’ll get to know the rest of what show at our booth at E3. Be on the lookout for the previews!

Before we finish, you probably have some questions,

When we told you we would only release the game when it’s ready, we meant it. We’re definitely much closer to a release date than we were back then 😉 but it’s still not the time to confirm anything, so patience is still required. Quality is the only thing that drives us. It’s the beauty of being an independent studio and your own publisher.

Seriously big, but… to be honest, we have no bloody clue at this point in time. Once we put it all together, we will openly tell you what you can expect. And we promise we’ll do this before we start talking about pre-orders or ask anything of you.

3. Free DLC/Expansions/DRM

Expect nothing less than you got with The Witcher 3. As for DRM, CP2077, will be 100% DRM-free on PC.

4. Microtransactions?

In a single player role-playing game? Are you nuts?

Once again, thank you for your patience. If you have a minute, do visit and share your opinion (about anything) with us. We read everything you posted we treat it very seriously.


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Tenet: What Is It And When Is It Out?

What is TENET?

‘Tenet’ is the new film from director Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight Trilogy, Inception, Interstellar) starring John David Washington, Robert Pattinson and Kenneth Branagh. In terms of plot, very little is known about ‘Tenet’ but the plot synopsis reads as follows: “Armed with only one word — Tenet — and fighting for the survival of the entire world, the Protagonist journeys through a twilight world of international espionage on a mission that will unfold in something beyond real time.” Given that it’s Christopher Nolan, we know to expect something strange to do with time or non-linear storytelling but we just don’t quite know what…yet. Boasting a budget rumored to be over $200 million, ‘Tenet’ was filmed in seven countries around the world and includes some extraordinary action set pieces, including crashing a real 747 plane into a building (with no CGI)! It certainly promises to be a thrill ride that you don’t want to miss in cinemas.

When is Tenet out?

‘Tenet’ is scheduled to come out on July 17 but given COVID-19, many fans have been wondering if it will sadly get delayed. According to the film’s social accounts, it is still scheduled for July 17 but what’s interesting is that on the new trailer that dropped on May 22, rather than putting the film’s release date at the end, the trailer ended with the words “Coming to Theaters” which implies that the July 17 date isn’t firmly set in stone. It seems that Warner Bros. are aiming for July 17 but if cinemas aren’t open yet in big cities such as Los Angeles or New York, they may have to delay it to later on in the summer. But the film will definitely be released in cinemas as that’s something Christopher Nolan is very keen on. It certainly won’t be released on streaming and you will have to go to a cinema if you want to see it, it just depends on if that’s in the middle of July or later on in the summer once cinemas reopen.

Why is this film so important?

TENET is such an important film as it will be one of the first films to be released theatrically for months. The only film scheduled for release before Tenet is ‘Unhinged’ starring Russell Crowe, due to be released on July 1, but that seems a bit optimistic. Other than ‘Unhinged,’ ‘Tenet’ will be the first film shown in cinemas once they re-open and if ‘Tenet’ is a success and people return to cinemas, other summer blockbusters such as ‘Mulan’ and ‘Wonder Woman 1984 can be released.

Will you be going to see Tenet in cinemas on July 17?


Cyberpunk 2077 has finally been revealed at E3 2018

The silence has been broken

Highly anticipated: CD Projekt Red’s silence regarding their upcoming open-world RPG Cyberpunk 2077 has finally broken. After “hacking” the Microsoft press conference, the company showed us a trailer filled with flying vehicles, augmented humans, high-tech weaponry, and a sprawling, dense cityscape. In a hidden, in-trailer message, CD Projekt Red claims they will show more of the game at their official E3 2018 booth on June 12.

If there were one title the gaming community at large was hoping to see at E3 this year, it would likely be Cyberpunk 2077, an upcoming open-world RPG from the developers of the immensely-popular Witcher game franchise.

Fortunately, those desires were fulfilled today, after years of radio silence from developer CD Projekt Red.

At the end of Microsoft’s press conference, Xbox Chief Phil Spencer began to go over his closing remarks, discussing the many games the company unveiled during their showcase.

However, something strange happened. The lights flickered, Spencer’s voice was cut off, and the screens behind him changed. We were then treated to an on-screen “hacking” of the conference, and CD Projekt’s Red long-awaited reveal of Cyberpunk 2077 finally kicked off.

The in-engine trailer shows off Night City, a location in the fictional Cyberpunk universe.

We see augmented humans, flying cars, high-tech weaponry, and towering skyscrapers. Unlike the initial reveal trailer, Cyberpunk 2077’s latest teaser is bright and colorful, with bright blue skies visible in the distance.

The Cyberpunk universe, for the unaware, was created by Mike Pondsmith back in 1988 with the release of the Cyberpunk 2020 pen-and-paper RPG.

So, what do we know about the game so far? Frankly, not much. The trailer was short and only served to give us a general idea of what to expect from the game’s overall theme and tone.

However, as was the case with Cyberpunk 2077’s initial reveal trailer, CD Projekt Red hid quite an extensive message in their latest teaser.

If you don’t want to read the entire message for yourself, I’ll go over a few of the most important points here.

First of all, Cyberpunk 2077 will indeed let us create our own completely custom character, suggesting the character the trailer seems to focus on is merely a placeholder. Additionally, CD Projekt Red will show more of the game at their dedicated booth during the full E3 2018 event on June 12.

As CD Projekt Red stated in their hidden message, the game still doesn’t have a release date, but the mantra of “coming when it’s ready” still holds true.

However, the company confirms that Cyberpunk 2077 is much closer to a release date than it was many years ago when it was first teased.

Furthermore, Cyberpunk 2077 will have no microtransactions, it will be completely DRM-free on PC, and its free/paid DLC model will be similar to The Witcher 3’s.

To learn more about the game for yourself, you can stop by the new and improved Cyberpunk 2077 website.


Cyberpunk 2077 E3 2019 trailer + release date

CD Projekt RED has released the E3 2019 trailer for Cyberpunk 2077. This trailer basically showcases a cut-scene from the game, giving you a glimpse at the game’s story. Furthermore, it also reveals that Keanu Reeves will be in the game, as well as the game’s release date.

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Beffio, a group of passionate people who love to create games and assets in Unity3D game engine, has made a Cyberpunk environment in Unity Engine, showing what a next-gen sci-fi game could look like i.

Cyberpunk 2077 Gameplay Reveal – 48-minute walkthrough – data/categ2_08/28/2018 08:36 AM
Watch 48 minutes of official 2018 gameplay from Cyberpunk 2077 and get a glimpse into the world of perils and possibilities that is Night City – the most vibrant and dangerous metropolis of the future.

Cyberpunk 2077 – first gameplay details – data/categ2_06/13/2018 08:27 AM
CD Projekt RED has shown Cyberpunk 2077 behind closed doors at E3. However, gameplay details from this build have surfaced online. According to the reports, Cyberpunk 2077 will be a first-person RPG .

E3 2018: Cyberpunk 2077 official trailer – data/categ2_06/11/2018 08:05 AM
CD Projekt RED has released the official E3 2018 trailer for Cyberpunk 2077. Cyberpunk 2077 is a narrative-driven, open world RPG set in the most vibrant and dangerous metropolis of the future Night.

Cyberpunk 2077 – Teaser Trailer – data/categ2_01/11/2013 10:38 AM
As promised, the development team behind The Witcher 2 releases an amazing cinematic trailer for its upcoming sci-fi RPG, Cyberpunk 2077. .

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