Cyberpunk 2077 is the next upcoming game from the team that built The Witcher 3, CD Projekt RED. The upcoming sci-fi RPG is expected to a massive hit, due to the quality, depth, and breadth of The Witcher 3, which for our money remains the best Xbox One game ever made.
Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay was shown off for the first time at Microsoft's Xbox conference at E3 2018, and we finally have some idea on what to expect.
Cyberpunk 2077 literally hacked the E3 2018 conference, breaking through in the middle of Phil Spencer's closing speech. The game world showcases a futuristic landscape with all sorts of insane technology.
The "hacked" images dropped dozens and dozens of codes for The Witcher 3 for a split second, and also revealed other details about the game. There will be no microtransactions, the world is "seriously big," and a few other bits.
We don't have any information on availability just yet, but it certainly looks like CD Projekt RED could have another huge hit on their hands. Stay tuned for more as we get it.
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