CD Projekt RED unveiled a new gameplay demo for Cyberpunk 2077 on Monday after a lengthy buildup on Twitch. As per CD Projekt tradition, these choices will have long-reaching consequences in the story.
So, there's a serious chance we get to watch it too very soon, and a similar strategy has been used recently with Fallout 76, which only took one day or two to get properly revealed. The developer has not stated the objective of this stream, but you can be sure that speculation is already running wild, with some fans hoping that this means we'll finally see gameplay footage.
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On top of that, the demo has received an unbelievable reception from the press members and those who had a chance to watch it live behind closed doors, and on top of that it also had more time to receive a fair share of polish along the road.
Starting with a live broadcast on Twitch from the official CD Projekt RED account that said it was playing Cyberpunk 2077, the stream featured lines of code that filled the whole screen and cascaded for quite a while.
"However, we are also well aware that many of you want to see what the media saw." - adds Badowski.
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The transmission has now finished and it is a 48-minute gameplay reveal video.
Cyberpunk 2077 now lacks an official release date, but is expected to release on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. We just don't know when yet.
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