The title developed by the creators of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt offers a fresh look at the outskirts of Night City.
Not everything is skyscrapers and neon lights. Night City is the nerve center, the urban space where large corporations operate without scruples. There, violence is rampant, but it is clothed with false visions. Technology, unbridled entertainment and business shape life in the city of Cyberpunk 2077. On the outskirts, however, everything is a little different. Not because of the lack of violence, which is present at all times, but because the wilderness makes everyday life even more complicated. It is a hostile territory full of gangs and other criminals, although they cannot be seen in the image that CD Projekt RED has just shared on the official Twitter account.
The work of the creators of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt takes us fully into a dystopia of society, in a science fiction story with all the usual ingredients of the genre. The developers have made it clear that despite its status as a first-person shooter, it is an RPG with all the letters. In fact, judging from the data for the Mandarin Chinese dub, the game has over 100,000 lines of dialogue. In addition, the localization work has yielded other interesting clues that allow to determine the volume of the project compared to its previous title (between 15% and 20% larger than The Witcher 3 with all its expansions).
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November 19 on consoles and PC
Cyberpunk 2077 will go on sale next November 19 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. A version for Google Stadia is also confirmed, but it will not be released at the same time. The new generation versions, meanwhile, are scheduled for 2020, although they have not yet specified a specific date. All those who have the game in the current generation can update for free to their versions of Xbox Series X, Series S and PlayStation 5.
It is not the only project they are working on. CD Projekt RED has announced the development of a version of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt for the new generation of consoles and PC. It will be sold as a standalone title in its Complete Edition (includes expansions and all content), but will be updated free for those who have previous versions.
Source | CD Projekt RED (Twitter)