No doubt that one of the most anticipated triple-A games of the last couple of years is Cyberpunk 2077, a sand-box style story-driven RPG developed by The Witcher series developers. Announced back in 2012, CD Projekt Red’s brain-child seems to have faded into anonymity for the past four years. But things seem to be looking up, as the game’s Twitter account mysteriously came to life overnight.
Cyberpunk 2077 Is Definitely on the Right Track
The message that managed to rile up every CD Projekt Red fan out there is pretty basic but packs quite a lot of punch – *Beep-*. Sorry to disappoint you, but that’s all that the devs had to say about how the production is going.
While many fans have interpreted this as a good omen, since the company was careful enough to keep a lid on this project for more than four years, others believe that it might well be another goose chase.
Just to refresh your memory, Cyberpunk 2077 is or rather, should be, a story-driven first-person perspective sand-box style RPG. Set in distant and dystopic future, the game tells the story of the Night City and its inhabitants.
While it’s true that it’s far from easy to live in the shadow of The Witcher series, CD Projekt Red announced that Cyberpunk 2077 would not be your garden variety RPG and exploration game. Featuring the latest advancements in the area of RPG game mechanics, the company promised their fans total immersions and unparalleled combat and world exploration system.
Players will be able to explore the Night City at their own leisure and place while completing main and side quests. One of the game’s centerpiece is no doubt the language interpretation system. Since Night City is the definition of cosmopolitanism, its inhabitants will speak in various tongues.
To be able to understand them, the player will need to buy, steal or loot translation implants.
So, when’s the game due to hit the market? While the company is still giving its fans the cold shoulder when it comes to the official launch date, it would appear that we must wait until 2019 for fresh Cyberpunk 2077 news.
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