When CD Projekt RED originally announced Cyberpunk 2077, it was said to be coming for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Yet, several years have passed since then, so not many would be surprised if the game slipped into the next generation, especially considering that 99.999% of the world population hasn’t seen a single frame of gameplay.
The presentation of Cyberpunk 2077 at E3 2018 left many with more questions than answers, especially considering that the game was only shown behind-closed-doors. We did see it, and you can check out our full preview and read what we thought, but we understand that most of you are probably going by the following: Due to that,
During today’s reveal of Cyberpunk 2077 at Microsoft’s press E3 2018 press conference livestreamed from Los Angeles, CD Projekt RED hid a small and cheeky message. Just before the airing of the trailer, the screen went back, and a “hacking” sequence began. Within the lines of code showcased on the screen we read “w3 l34V3
E3 2018 is just around the corner and as we continue to near gaming’s biggest week, it seems that we’re starting to gain a clearer image of just who and what might be present at the show. Today, the picture became just a bit clearer as we learned that CD Projekt Red, the developers of the
During CD Projekt’s fiscal year 2017 financial presentation, President Adam Kiciński mentioned that he’d “terribly” like to say something about Cyberpunk 2077, but today is not the time. When asked when we’ll know more, Kiciński commented that he can’t just announce the announcement. Pressed further on what will be showcased at E3, he mentioned that