While Naughty Dog employees were tearing their hair out because of a sweeping wave of spoilers that were full of videos recently merged, someone decided to hype another hotly awaited title – Cyberpunk 2077.
Many media outlets reported two videos of total lasting almost 20 minutes, where you can enjoy enough of the new gameplay – character customization, action segments with shooting and riding a bike. Well, just look at it in quotation marks, because we have a “screen”, in addition to a pretty lousy quality.
Cyberpunk is to be released in September but this summer there is supposed to be a coming-out video from Projekt Red in an online gaming event. The details of the event are still vague though. The leak started from Reddit and the video is actually from Gamescom 2019. The video is not exactly new as it was shown exclusively to journalists at the Gamescom.
So we think that the game will look very different from what we are shown in the leaked video. This looks like pre-built gameplay test with low quality and looks at Witcher and how much time Projekt Red has put into this game, we are sure Cyberpunk will be levels above.
CD Projekt RED spoke about Arasaka Corporation from the world of Cyberpunk 2077. The developers posted a description of the company on Twitter.
Arasaka is one of the largest megacorporations of the Cyberpunk 2077 universe. This family-owned company from Japan specializes in the manufacture of security systems, as well as banking and legal services. The company supplies weapons and vehicles to police and security organizations. The Arasaka logo can be seen on a limited edition gamepad based on the Cyberpunk 2077.
Earlier, CD Projekt RED shared information about two other groups that players will encounter in Night City. The Mox gang members call themselves sex worker advocates. The 6th Street group initially protected the public order instead of the police, but then its understanding of the law began to “raise questions.”
The release of Cyberpunk 2077 is scheduled for September 17, 2020, on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Previously, developers announced that because of the coronavirus there were difficulties with the localization of the game.