Cyberpunk 2077 was easily one of this year’s most anticipated titles and has managed to just sneak into 2020. Considering all of the issues the game has, it might have been better if it didn’t.
Cyberpunk 2077 has not had a smooth launch on consoles. The game has now been delisted from the PlayStation Store, with Sony offering refunds, though it is still playable for those who have bought it.
RPGamers will need to wait a bit longer to be able to visit Night City. CD Projekt RED has pushed Cyberpunk 2077 back into the second half of this year.
CD Projekt RED has plenty more footage to share of Cyberpunk 2077. A new Deep Dive video show the district of Pacifica and two possible play styles, and is followed by a Q&A session with some of its senior developers.
CD Projekt RED made a couple of announcements ahead of this week’s Gamescom. The Witcher 3 now has a Switch release date, while Cyberpunk 2077 is making its way to Google Stadia.
Cyberpunk 2077 was always going to be one of the big titles of E3, a status very much helped by Keanu Reeves’ appearance at the show. Pascal Tekaia was able to check out a demo of the game and reported back on his experience.
CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 got a new trailer in the Xbox E3 Briefing. The video introduced a new character played by Keanu Reeves, with the actor himself appearing on stage to reveal the game’s April 2020 release date.
Having partnered on the previous two Witcher games, CD Projekt Red and Bandai Namco are teaming up again for Cyberpunk 2077. The latter will be responsible for distributing the game to numerous European nations.
It’s been over five years since the last Cyberpunk 2077 trailer. An appearance at the end of the Xbox E3 Briefing suggests some more concrete information might finally be coming soon.