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If you like cyberpunk or sci-fi in general then it will be good to you. This doesn’t really seem like a casual “for everybody” game. Some will be disappointed for sure, some will only buy it because it has Keanu Reeves and is hyped. That it doesn’t play like whatever gun game or medieval RPG they usually are into.

I can’t stand a lot games people love and that win awards. No game is universally held as excellent by everyone.

Its easy to see it looks like competition is going to get fierce.

I wanted games like M&B II and Cyberpunk 2077 and Starfield to come out at different times starting 2 years ago, but for what ever reason alot of big games are coming out 2020.

That kind of competition doesnt really allow for games to spend alot and not be good.

I doubt 2021 and the next few years after that will be as good and the 2020 games will have long sales runs it looks like to.

So i think its a good bet Cyberpunk 2077 will be excellent. But of course i dont know for sure. 🙂

As a person who is really into cyberpunk aesthetics and being able to drive around bright, flashy cities this game looks amazing for me. I’m more in it to just experience the atmosphere and amazing details. The devs already confirmed how hard they worked on amazing sights and the music in my opinion is sick so I am very excited. As for the actual story and gameplay, thats gonna have to wait. You might think im wasting money but I’d say its gonna be worth every cent.

I’m really hopeful for this one.

I mean, for the looks of it, there seems like there’s huge ammounts of content and the idea behind it seems original. A FPS RPG set in a semi-futuristic world? Count me in.

The only way they could mess it somehow was if they made it like GTA, which has more loading screens and frustrating moments due to peer 2 peer network than actual gameplay.

Not even including the DLCs that they will add later

1. Don’t over hype games for yourself. Red Dead 2 was the only title I pre-ordered in like the last 5 years and still I kept my enthusiasm low, but man did I love that game. Cyberpunk is now my next because even if I don’t end up liking the game, I think they deserve it for being the only big studio still having “Morals”. Yes companies never care about morals, but I just mean it keeps in line with mine when it comes to microtransactions or extra editions (even red dead irritated me in that regard and I refused to order anything but the normal edition.)

2. Not every game is for everyone so if others love or hate it, you should chill with how much influence they have on you.

3. What games have you been playing the last few years. God of War, Spiderman, Red dead 2, Sekiro, Disco Elysium, Hollow Knight, Celeste, Hellblade. etc. Some of these hyped some not so much, some indie some massive budget. There are amazing games being made, just don’t live in a bubble or explore. Studios with good track records (where no important people leave like with bioware) don’t tend to just randomely make a bad game. So unless something goes wrong you have a chance of a good game all the way to a great game. (Just like red dead 2 is for people, I love how everything feels slow and you need to fetch guns from your horse, or slowly loot bodies, some don’t but I don’t give a ♥♥♥♥ about them. Good to Great my guy)

1. Don’t over hype games for yourself. Red Dead 2 was the only title I pre-ordered in like the last 5 years and still I kept my enthusiasm low, but man did I love that game. Cyberpunk is now my next because even if I don’t end up liking the game, I think they deserve it for being the only big studio still having “Morals”. Yes companies never care about morals, but I just mean it keeps in line with mine when it comes to microtransactions or extra editions (even red dead irritated me in that regard and I refused to order anything but the normal edition.)

2. Not every game is for everyone so if others love or hate it, you should chill with how much influence they have on you.

3. What games have you been playing the last few years. God of War, Spiderman, Red dead 2, Sekiro, Disco Elysium, Hollow Knight, Celeste, Hellblade. etc. Some of these hyped some not so much, some indie some massive budget. There are amazing games being made, just don’t live in a bubble or explore. Studios with good track records (where no important people leave like with bioware) don’t tend to just randomely make a bad game. So unless something goes wrong you have a chance of a good game all the way to a great game. (Just like red dead 2 is for people, I love how everything feels slow and you need to fetch guns from your horse, or slowly loot bodies, some don’t but I don’t give a ♥♥♥♥ about them. Good to Great my guy)

Ok why is RDR2 not getting any of the game of the year awards so far then? Just curious, never played it yet.

Or did it get some GOTY award and i missed that?

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Cyberpunk 2077 E3 2018 Trailer Analysis – What Can We Find

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The gaming community is abuzz again after CD Projekt Red released a brand new trailer during E3 2018. They even hid a short Cyberpunk 2077 FAQ in the video. However, there are some assumptions we can make based on the trailer itself. So, let’s see what we can gather just based on the video. If you find anything that we might have missed, share it with us in the comments.

The trailer opens up with a subway map of Night City, where the game will take place. If you’ve played the Cyberpunk 2020 tabletop RPG, you might recognize the names of some locations, such as Westbrook. Now, could this be the actual in-game map? Well, it’s definitely a possibility. If so, then there’ll be a lot to explore. However, even the developers aren’t sure of the game’s size, so we’ll have to wait and see. Another detail that will be familiar to you are going to be the names of the megacorporations, or megacorps, such as Arasaka and Militech.

Another thing that the video does brilliantly is to establish the environment. It’s pure cyberpunk excellence. Night City has the perfect dichotomy between the shiny city of the future and it’s gritty underbelly. Also, the eighties neon punk look is omnipresent, as it well should be. Everyone on the street has brightly-colored mohawks, extensive cyber implants, and really hardcore guns. That’s to say nothing of robot assassins, who are everywhere. The video shows us a robot putting on makeup with a gaping hole where the mouth should be, and that visual is going to stick with me, as well as the woman that looks like she’s made of liquid metal.

But what’s most interesting to me is that the trailer seems to be hinting at some kind of revolution going on. Sure, there’s always something brewing in Night City, but it’s interesting that we see several cases of people jacked into some kind of system getting their brains fried, and what appears to be some hacker behind it all. There are riots in the streets, with police cracking down on the population pretty brutally. And the gangs of the city are are arming themselves pretty heavily too, with Militech gear ranging from some big damn guns to droids. Whatever the case, I’m certain that Cyberpunk 2077 is going to be an amazing experience, when it eventually does come out.

Источник: http://www.gosunoob.com/cyberpunk-2077/e3-2018-trailer-analysis-what-can-we-find/

Cyberpunk 2077 initial trailer

Maybe OP means full-on cyber psycho total conversion cyborg? I hope so. if the initial reveal cinematic trailer is anything to go on, the Cyber Psycho Squad will be in the game, so maybe there will be some total conversion cyborgs they have to bring down?

Maybe OP means full-on cyber psycho total conversion cyborg? I hope so. if the initial reveal cinematic trailer is anything to go on, the Cyber Psycho Squad will be in the game, so maybe there will be some total conversion cyborgs they have to bring down?

You mean like Robocop? I want to make Robocop now.

This guy describes it fairly well. He’s pulling info from the Cyberpunk 2020 Chrome 2 and Full Body Conversion sourcebooks.

You mean like Robocop? I want to make Robocop now.

This guy describes it fairly well. He’s pulling info from the Cyberpunk 2020 Chrome 2 and Full Body Conversion sourcebooks.

This guy describes it fairly well. He’s pulling info from the Cyberpunk 2020 Chrome 2 and Full Body Conversion sourcebooks.

Nice info in that video, thanks for the link, makes me want a more sandboxy, MP game, with the source materials translated 1:1, so you can literately do anything from the P&P game.
As I already know Cyberpunk 2077 will have limitations(I mean, I wasn’t told this, I just have yet to see a P&P game get fully implemented in video game format, without just being a UI for P&P, like Tabletop Simulator)

If they ever open it up for mods. i think someone dedicated enough cann pull that off.

Nice info in that video, thanks for the link, makes me want a more sandboxy, MP game, with the source materials translated 1:1, so you can literately do anything from the P&P game.
As I already know Cyberpunk 2077 will have limitations(I mean, I wasn’t told this, I just have yet to see a P&P game get fully implemented in video game format, without just being a UI for P&P, like Tabletop Simulator)

If they ever open it up for mods. i think someone dedicated enough cann pull that off.

If I have the time, I would be down for doing something with that, though I pretty much have no artistic ability, I am a programmer, so at best I could create tools/modify scripts, it just depends on what support they provide for modding, or how the game files are organized, I imagine it would be similar to how The Witcher 3 was(which I haven’t looked in to, so I have no idea how it works right now), so anyone with experience modding Witcher 3 should have a leg up with CP2077.

I need to reinstall The Witcher 3 and dig around when I get some time.

Источник: http://steamcommunity.com/data/categ2_app/1091500/discussions/0/1643166544731671280/

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Who else can’t wait for Cyberpunk 2077? Ever since the dystopian epic was first announced back in May 2012, every glimpse we’ve had of the game has made us more excited than ever to start our Night City adventure. From our first look at main character V to the reveal that the breathtaking Keanu Reeves would be playing a major role in the game, there’ve been tons of secrets hidden away in the trailers and gameplay.

Who else can’t wait for Cyberpunk 2077? Ever since the dystopian epic was first announced back in May 2012, every glimpse we’ve had of the game has made us more excited than ever to start our Night City adventure. From our first look at main character V to the reveal that the breathtaking Keanu Reeves would be playing a major role in the game, there’ve been tons of secrets hidden away in the trailers and gameplay.

Developers CD Projekt Red have now revealed that the game will be released on 17 September 2020. So take a trip back through time with us and catch up on every trailer and gameplay demo of Cyberpunk 2077 so far.

Cyberpunk 2077 Teaser Trailer (2013)

Night City cops! Flying cars! Mantis blades! This was the very first glimpse we had of what the game would look like, and we’re still in awe today.

Cyberpunk 2077 E3 Trailer (2018)

In this show-stopping trailer filled with futuristic weaponry, violence, robots, and awesome music, Night City might not have been portrayed as the ideal tourist destination, but gosh darn are we keen to start exploring…

Cyberpunk 2077 Gameplay Reveal (2018)

Who could argue with 48 glorious minutes of Cyberpunk 2077? This was our first introduction to main character V, the streets of Night City, the gameplay, and the sheer gorgeousness of it all… *sniff*

Cyberpunk 2077 E3 Trailer (2019)

Not content with stealing the show at E3 2018, CD Projekt Red outdid themselves again a year later with yet more mind-bogglingly awesome footage, plus a breathtaking (and completely unexpected) cameo from a certain celebrity…

Cyberpunk 2077 Deep Dive (2019)

As well as learning more about Night City’s districts, we also got to see how our choices about V’s background and abilities could impact our relationship with the people around us. And most importantly of all, we learned that we’ll be carrying our own digital reconstruction of Keanu Reeves – sorry, Johnny Silverhand – around with us inside our heads wherever we go. What more could we possibly ask for?

Now that you’re all caught up on Cyberpunk 2077’s trailers and gameplay reveals, what’s next? Check out some of the things we spotted in the Deep Dive gameplay, find out which other superstar celebrity the developers would have loved to join Keanu Reeves in the game, or discover what breathtaking cyberloot you’ll get with the Collector’s Edition of Cyberpunk 2077 at GAME.

Once you’ve decided on which edition you’ll be getting your cybernetically-enhanced mitts on, head on over to GAME to get your pre-order in and start the first stage of your breathtaking Cyberpunk journey.

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Источник: http://news.game.co.uk/cyberpunk-2077-trailer/

Cyberpunk 2077 Developed & Optimized For Current Gen Platforms

Cyberpunk 2077 has been highly anticipated since its initial announcement from development studio, CD Projekt Red. Coming from their successful trilogy that is The Witcher, the team is looking at a brand new RPG experience where players are taken into the distant future, in a world that’s filled with corruption, crime, and technology advances.

The hype only grew when it had an official trailer showcased during Microsoft’s E3 press conference in 2018. Attendees at the event were even given a private glimpse into the gameplay which was also shown to those that attended Gamescom.

However, fans around the world were finally given the same treatment when CD Projekt Red revealed the nearly hour gameplay footage online. The in-game world looks so incredible and immersive that some gamers may have considered this title to be something in development for next-generation consoles. Luckily that’s not the case as Maciej Pietras, lead cinematic animator of Cyberpunk 2077, spoke with CGMagazine.

During their conversation, Maciej Pietras stated that the development team went into the production of this game knowing it would be developed for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One platforms. The optimization was already on their minds and we’ve since received word on just what specs were running the game during the E3 press conference private showings.

“We knew we are developing the game for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. And we started the process of optimization right at the start. So that’s why what you see running on the demo is a PC, which is like i7 and 1080 Ti.”

To be more specific, it has already been revealed that the PC running the Cyberpunk 2077 build contained the following components.

  • Intel i7-8700K
  • Asus ROG Strix Z370-I Gaming
  • G.Skill Ripjaws V (2x 16GB 3000MHz)
  • GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
  • Samsung 960 Pro 512 GB M.2 PCIe
  • Corsair SF600 600W

During the interview, the lead animator did state that it was challenging to create the big city from the game in comparison to The Witcher series. However, it looks like things are progressing with the development team already having a completely playable build from start to finish.

Currently, outside of being a game slated to release on the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, we don’t have any information as to when Cyberpunk 2077 will be released into the market.

Источник: http://gameranx.com/updates/data/categ2_id/160372/article/cyberpunk-2077-developed-optimized-for-current-gen-platforms/

Cyberpunk 2077 Gives A Behind The Scenes Look In New Trailer

CD Projekt RED released today a brand new Cyberpunk 2077 trailer, giving us a behind the scenes look.

The new trailer, which can be watched below, shows how the team created the cinematic trailer that has been shown a couple of months back at the E3 2019.

CD PROJEKT RED and Goodbye Kansas present: the making of Cyberpunk 2077 Cinematic Trailer! About Cyberpunk 2077: In the most dangerous megacity of the future, the real you is not enough. Become V, a cyber-enhanced mercenary outlaw going after a one-of-a-kind implant — the key to immortality. Customize your cyberware and skillset, and explore a vast city of the future obsessed with power, glamour and body modification. The choices you make will determine the story and shape the world around you.

CD Projekt RED is focusing on the game’s main story as of now, but a multiplayer mode will come sometime after the game launches and free DLC have been released. Up until this month, it was not certain the game would get one.

Until now, the only thing we said about multi was that it was in R&D. As we’re getting closer to launching ‘single player’ Cyberpunk 2077 in Apr. 2020, we’d like to confirm that multiplayer’s in the works! If you feel like lending us your skills apply: http://bit.ly/multiCP

The plan for now is to deliver Cyberpunk 2077 in April, then follow up with DLCs (free!) and single player content, and — once we’re done — invite you for some multiplayer action.

Cyberpunk 2077 launches in April 2020 on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Источник: http://wccftech.com/cyberpunk-2077-behind-the-scenes-trailer/

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Cyberpunk 2077 Trailer Includes Hidden Message for Fans

CD Projekt RED manages to sneak a hidden message in the Cyberpunk 2077 trailer from E3 2018, revealing new info about the game and a thank you to fans.

After waiting five long years between trailers, CD Projekt RED closed out the Microsoft E3 2018 press conference in style by revealing a brand new Cyberpunk 2077 trailer. The video offered up some new details about the game’s setting, Night City, as well as the grim things that its inhabitants get up to and it even offered a brief description of the game’s story too. But these were only the most obvious points from the trailer, as it appears that the developer also included a hidden message for fans.

Spotted by some eagle-eyed viewers on Twitter, it seems that the Cyberpunk 2077 trailer includes a heartwarming and refreshingly honest message from CD Projekt RED to its fans. In red text that flashes up before the main action begins, the developer apologizes for waiting for long to show off the game again, explaining that it has been “full speed ahead” on Cyberpunk 2077 development since it released the Blood and Wine DLC for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

The developer then goes on to answer some frequently asked questions about the game. First off, it encourages fans to be more patient as “quality is the only thing that drives us,” then it confirms that the game is “seriously big,” before suggesting that the game will have “nothing less” than what fans got with The Witcher 3 when it comes to DLC and expansions.

The developer even addresses the possibility of microtransactions, saying “in a single player game? Are you nuts?” The response comes as little surprise given that CD Projekt RED once criticized “greedy” developers that include microtransactions in their games, but fans who dislike the business model will still be glad about that answer.

Finally, the Cyberpunk 2077 team closes out the hidden message by thanking fans once again for their patience. The developer also encourages fans to share their views on the game so far because “we read everything you post” and “treat it very seriously.”

At this point, there is still plenty to be revealed about the game. For example, there is little information about the proposed multiplayer features and important aspects of the game world, including the nightclub and bar-based hubs and what players will be able to do in them, have also only been teased but not fully detailed. This is not entirely unexpected given that the game doesn’t yet have a release date but many will be hoping that the Cyberpunk 2077 developer feels inclined to share more at some point soon.

Cyberpunk 2077 platforms have not yet been confirmed and the game does not yet have a release date.

Источник: http://gamerant.com/cyberpunk-2077-trailer-hidden-message/

Cyberpunk 2077 Release Date Revealed Along With New Trailer

Cyberpunk 2077 Release Date Revealed Along With New Trailer

You’ll be able to visit Night City very soon. Revealed at the Xbox E3 2019 Briefing, Cyberpunk 2077 will release on April 16, 2020.

It’s the moment much of us have been waiting for since that initial reveal six years ago. Cyberpunk 2077 will launch for Xbox One, PS4, and PC on April 16, 2020.

The cinematic trailer gives us a small glimpse of the game’s story finishing with some arm slicing violence. Ending the trailer, it is revealed that John Wick and Bill and Ted star, Keanu Reeves will star in the game as Mr. Fusion.

Keanu himself then went up on-stage discussing how CD Project Red approached him about the game, telling him about its open-world and how gameplay will affect your customized character. Getting the crowd hyped, Reeves summoned the release date in the form of a very brief trailer featuring glimpses of gameplay.

Just before the Xbox E3 2019 Briefing, the Collector’s Edition for the game “potentially” leaked. Turns out, that leak was real. On the official Cyberpunk 2077 website, the exact image that was floating around is now up on the site. As of this writing, you cannot actually pre-order the game, but it does reveal that it will come with a Cyberpunk 2020 sourcebook, the soundtrack, art booklet, and wallpapers for mobile and desktop.

At last year’s E3, the Xbox press conference presented us with the first official trailer for Cyberpunk 2077, giving us a good look at the game’s world. We went behind closed doors to see gameplay at the show for our preview where we said “CD Project Red’s decision to make a sci-fi first-person shooter is bold, especially for a company that has mainly been known for creating third-person fantasy RPGs and card games.” Inevitably, that section of gameplay was revealed to the public.

Источник: http://www.dualshockers.com/cyberpunk-2077-e3-2019-reveal/

E3 2019: New Cyberpunk 2077 Cinematic Trailer Stars a Very Special Guest

  • by Robert Ramsey Sun 9th Jun 2019
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Cyberpunk 2077 didn’t get a big gameplay blowout during the Xbox E3 2019 press conference like we thought it would, instead opting for a cinematic trailer and a confirmed release date. We’ve embedded said trailer above, and let’s just say, it’s got one hell of a surprise at the end of it.

That’s right, it’s living legend Keanu Reeves, and we assume he’s playing an especially important character in CD Projekt Red’s role-playing title. He even came out on stage at the Xbox presser once the trailer was over, and proceeded to drive the crowd wild. Can we have him host every conference from now on, please?

Anyway, it’s a cool trailer. Let us know how high your hype levels are for Cyberpunk 2077 in the comments section below.

Robert’s been a dedicated PlayStation fan since the days of Tekken 2, and he still loves a good dust up. When he’s not practising combos, he’s usually getting lost in the latest 100-hour RPG, or, y’know, replaying The Witcher 3.

H Y P E !
I’m in day 1 but would be nice to see some gameplay.

Keanu is the best person I’ve seen on stag at any E3. He was just genuine.

Alright, I need to PO this game now.

@ApostateMage he’s a professional actor to be fair..

I’m very interested to see some gameplay soon, but it all looks great so far.

Thought I couldn’t want this game more than I already did.

Nice to have an actual exciting surprise still at E3. Highlight of the show by miles.

I think some gameplay will be revealed over the week.

THAT was such a good moment. Cyberpunk already has my money but once they pulled out Keanu out of their sleeve, well. my jaw dropped.

@kyleforrester87 so maybe he was just acting genuine. clearly not to be trusted!

day 1 for me, love keanu, was a huge surprise when he was revealed.

So those rumours about Gaga are probably true then huh

I’m guessing were going to see some more gameplay soon. Proper hype for this, genuinely don’t know whether to wait on ps5 or watch this melt my og ps4!!

Keanu is a good fit for Cyberpunk to be honest, so I’m hyped to see he’s a part of the project!

Keanu Reaves is one of the best actors ever.so this is already amazing.word up son

Not the John Wick sequel I was expecting, but definitely the one I was needing.

Keanu Reeves is like a broken clock. A broken clock is right two times a day, and Keanu’s career hits a high peak every ten years.

Just rewatched the full reveal with Keanu on stage and release date bit. The final video before the date is definitely gameplay clips with some cool bits in there (riding a bike, some sort of laser-whip thing).

Didn’t really catch it the first time as so caught up with Keanu and release date shock.

@ShogunRok apparently he is playing Johnny Silverhand ex music star.

Baba Yaga still lives in 2077!

@ShogunRok when you do this year’s E3 poll “who won e3?” please include Keanu Reeves as a separate voting choice 🤩

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Father Of Cyberpunk William Gibson Throws Shade At ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ As Generic GTA Re-Skin

Considered by many to be the “Father of Cyberpunk” and undoubtedly a pioneer in the subversive genre, William Gibson doesn’t often opine on video games but did take the time to offer up a hot take on the upcoming AAA title Cyberpunk 2077. According to Comicbook, Gibson was less than impressed with the two-minute trailer offered up by developers CD Projekt Red during this years E3 gaming conference. In a tweet, Gibson called the first glimpse into the world of a disaffected protagonist and his or her technoir comrades “generic,” a “skin” of popular sandbox crime franchise Grand Theft Auto.

The trailer for Cyberpunk 2077 strikes me as GTA skinned-over with a generic 80s retro-future, but hey, that’s just me.

Coming from the creators of The Witcher franchise which has garnered worldwide acclaim and a huge cultural stipend for the developers from their home nation of Poland, Cyberpunk 2077 places the player in the role of V, a totally customizable main character that will likely be able to fulfill almost any role in the tech-heavy subgenre from hacker to street samurai to megacorp enforcer. The trailer is bright, colorful, and high contrast, an aesthetic at odds with the canonical tech-noir that is the bread and butter of the cyberpunk genre that Gibson helped to create and popularize, which may present part of the problem.

In Neuromancer, protagonist Case – a burned out and depleted hacker – plods through a grimy, hopeless milieu, looking for a chance at one last score. This ambiance can be summed up by the opening line, often quoted, “The sky above the port was the color of television, tuned to a dead channel.”

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The sky in the Cyberpunk 2077 trailer is baby blue, the buildings sun-bleached, something closer to a California coastline than an oppressive and static grey, a city where it’s always night. The personalities are colorful and there is a mercantile bustling about, a child playing with a VR headset and gun, and a main character that oozes rebellious cool and a can-do attitude. Visually and thematically, it is the antithesis of the cyberpunk canon established by Gibson, in his work at least and that which directly followed.

Therein lies the chasm. Whether one agrees with the author’s assessment is a matter of taste and personality, and the “Father of Cyberpunk” has a palette preference for the earlier iterations of the literary genre.

Gibson did not expound at any length upon his initial quip, though he did offer some one-offs to fans further down the comment chain, including likening the look to a simple mod of the GTA engine.

It seems unusual to take Gibson’s criticism too seriously even though his comments have already sparked debate on sites such as PCGamer and Eurogamer, the latter going so far as to wholeheartedly endorse the sultan of cyberpunk’s view on the matter. The Neuromancer author admittedly is not much of a gamer himself, with Pasatiempo reporting Gibson as having said the last and only game he had ever mastered was Pong. With the primitive table tennis game having been introduced nearly half a century ago, Gibson’s gaming credentials may come off as a little dusty, and his criticism may suffer in the eyes of some for it.

Other iconic contributors to the genre include the iconic Philip K. Dick (Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, brought to film by Harrison Ford and Ridley Scott in 1982’s Blade Runner), Rudy Rucker (Software), Harlan Ellison (I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream), and Neal Stephenson (Snow Crash) amongst many others. Examples in film include anime titan Ghost in the Shell, Akira, and James Cameron and Arnold Schwarzenegger’s inspired The Terminator. Less well-known and more ill-fated examples include Keanu Reeves in 1995’s Johnny Mnemonic and Stephen King’s film adaptation of The Lawnmower Man.

In addition to the controversy surrounding Gibson’s comments, there is currently a growing debate amongst gamers as to whether the game should feature a first-person or a third-person point of view, according to VG 24 / 7.

Источник: http://www.inquisitr.data/categ2_com/4940686/father-of-cyberpunk-william-gibson-throws-shade-at-cyberpunk-2077-as-generic-gta-re-skin/

Here’s some concept art from the Cyberpunk 2077 E3 trailer

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 14 June 2018 18:14 GMT

Need more Cyberpunk 2077 in your life? Your wish is our command.

CD Projekt finally gave us a peek at Cyberpunk 2077 this week during E3 2018, and to sate your palate for more visuals, the studio has released a nice bit of concept art.

The concept art you see below is based on various clips seen in the reveal trailer. If you missed it the first time around, watch it right here.

VG247 was on hand at E3 this year, and given a look at the gameplay demo. Matt seems very excited over it.

Cyberpunk 2077 is both a FPS and an RPG, and features mainly first-person elements with third-person as secondary. Many folks have voiced displeasure or confusion over a first-person perspective, but it shouldn’t come as too much of a shock considering this has been rumored since 2013.

At present, the game is a single-player experience, multiplayer could be introduced down the road. This too has been rumored for a quite some time now.

The game is still without a release date, but at least we’re finally being handed information on it. Because there is so much to digest, you may wish to give our Cyberpunk 2077 news hub the once over for seven years worth of headlines.

Below is a set of screenshots and stills from the game, just in case you haven’t seen them yet.

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Источник: http://www.vg247.data/categ2_com/2018/06/14/cyberpunk-2077-concept-art-trailer/

Cyberpunk 2077 Release Date and Trailer Reportedly Set For E3 2019

By Tyler Fischer – May 19, 2019 02:27 pm EDT

According to a new rumor, CD Projekt Red will reveal a new Cyberpunk 2077 trailer at E3 next month, and will also reveal the game’s release date or release window. Additionally, an update will be given on the game’s development. The rumor comes way of Neogaf via a user who claims to be an industry insider. Of course, anonymous sources on Internet forums aren’t the best, most reliable sources, but a majority of leaks and rumors come way of anonymous sources. Sometimes the claims are fake and inaccurate, sometimes they are a goldmine for information. That’s just the reality of the rumor mill.

That said, CD Projekt Red has already confirmed it will be at E3, and even heavily teased that a release date/release window would be revealed alongside a new trailer. In other words, it’s not like this claim is really that bold or unexpected. Further, for what it’s worth, I’ve heard the same thing. More specifically, that we’ll get a new trailer and a release window, not a specific release date.

Of course, take all of this with a grain of salt. While a new Cyberpunk 2077 trailer on Microsoft’s stage is a certainty, a release date or release window isn’t.

Cyberpunk 2077 is in development for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and possibly next-gen systems. For more news and media on the RPG, be sure to peep all of our previous coverage of the title by clicking right here. For more information on the game itself, here’s an official pitch from CD Projekt Red:

“In 2077, America is in pieces. Megacorps control life in all its aspects from the top floors of their sky-high fortresses. Down below, drug-pushing gangs, dirty-tech hustlers, and slingers of illicit braindances run the streets. The world in between is where decadence, sex, and pop culture mix with violent crime, extreme poverty, and the unattainable promise of the American Dream.

“In Cyberpunk 2077 you play as V—a hired gun on the rise and you just got your first serious contract. In a world of cyberenhanced street warriors, tech-savvy netrunners, and corporate lifehackers, today you take your first step towards becoming an urban legend.”

As always, feel free to leave a comment letting us know what you think or hit me up on Twitter @Tyler_Fischer_ and let me know over there. When do you think Cyberpunk 2077 will release?

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Источник: http://comicbook.com/data/categ2_gaming/2019/05/19/cyberpunk-2077-release-date-trailer-e3-2019/

Cyberpunk 2077 Teaser Trailer

January 10th, 2013 — CD Projekt RED studio has released a brand new CG teaser trailer for their upcoming game, “Cyberpunk 2077”. The trailer shows a woman going on a rampage due to the amount of cybermodifications in her body. The Night City police try to intervene with the help of a member of an elite police called Psychosquad.

“The teaser shows how the Psycho Squad might acquire a new member. The Psycho Squad specializes in combating “psychos” – individuals who overuse implants and substances that boost or otherwise alter the human body. There comes a point when they overdose on these innovations, and their bodies start to rebel against their biological body parts as well as against all things organic around them. Simply put, they start killing people, who they now derisively call ‘meatbags.’

When a psycho goes on the rampage, strange things can happen. There’s going to be a lot of carnage, so the psycho might be taken down by regular police, but they’re not always able to get the job done. When things spin out of control, they call in MAX-TAC (Maximum Force Tactical Division), popularly called the ‘Psycho Squad’. And these guys are exceptional, these guys are crack troops. The fact that they’re proud of that name tells you a bit about their mindset. They wear a badge with their official emblem on their right sleeve, but their left is reserved for their unofficial Psycho Squad emblem. It’s primitively made and the image itself is on the crude side of things. It’s not unlike a badge special force operators might make and wear to distinguish themselves from the ranks of grunts in any theatre of war,” says Adam Badowski, head of CD Projekt RED studio.

The creators promise that “Cyberpunk 2077” will be true to the essence of the cyberpunk genre. Players will be thrown into the dark future of the year 2077 and into a world where advanced technologies have become both the salvation and the curse of humanity. A multi-thread, nonlinear story designed for mature players (a CD Projekt RED trademark) will take place in the sprawling metropolis of Night City and its surroundings. Players will have a chance to freely roam the open-world environment and visit places well known from the pen-and-paper RPG “Cyberpunk 2020®”, including a combat zone completely taken over by gangs, the legendary Afterlife joint and the nostalgic Forlorn Hope.

For more information on “Cyberpunk 2077” visit http://cyberpunk.net.

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Источник: http://gamingshogun.data/categ2_com/2013/01/10/cyberpunk-2077-teaser-trailer/

Cyberpunk 2077 Trailer Has Been Viewed More Than 50 Million Times

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CD Projekt RED has stated that the Cyberpunk 2077 trailer that they debuted at E3 last year has been viewed over 50 million times since that day, among many other things that marked out a very successful year for the studio. This is according to the studio’s yearly management report, released today.

While Cyberpunk 2077 had previously gotten an actual debut trailer at E3 2018, which touched off a lot of excitement on its own, the E3 2019 trailer gave us a much better look at what we’d be experiencing in Night City when the game finally came out.

Alongside showing off the various modifications and skills that you might be able to exhibit in the game, CD Projekt RED also revealed that we would have a celebrity guest star inside of our head in the form of Johnny Silverhand, played by Keanu Reeves.

Considering that Cyberpunk 2077 is only a few months away from release since it got delayed to September, it’s good that CD Projekt RED is taking note of just how popular that Cyberpunk 2077 trailer really was. However, the trailer isn’t the only thing the game has going for it.

Cyberpunk 2077 has already won over 200 awards and accolades from E3 and 23 other shows in the later half of 2019 before even being released. Considering how well The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt did when it released, and with how long Cyberpunk has been in development, this may be CD Projekt RED’s best game yet.

Even so, we likely won’t get a new Cyberpunk 2077 trailer until the game is already close to coming out, especially since there won’t be an E3 this year on account of the coronavirus. We still haven’t gotten that much gameplay either, only a few small clips that have either been officially released by the press or by the studio itself.

Either way, Cyberpunk 2077 will be coming out on the Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC on September 17 of this year.

Источник: http://segmentnext.data/categ2_com/2020/04/09/cyberpunk-2077-trailer-been-viewed-50-million-times/

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