Waiting for Cyberpunk 2077 felt like forever, but unfortunately the return to the legendary night city was delayed again.
The latest trailers and gameplay have revealed some of Mike Pondsmith’s new features. So we are very excited about the return of the dystopian role-playing game.
We have put all the details together and summarized them in this article so that your eyes can enjoy them. So be sure to check back again to get our updates.
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September 17, 2020 This is the new release date after Keanu Reeves previously announced April 16, 2020 at E3 2019.
CD Projekt Red announced on Twitter that “Cyberpunk 2077 will not create the release window for April and that we will postpone the launch date to September 17, 2020.”
The adult RPG is available for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Google Stadia Not to Nintendo Switch.
After years of waiting, we finally have a release date
Although our hopes for a release in 2019 were dashed, we now know that we are only 6 months away from a legendary role-playing game.
Keanu Reeves as Johnny Silverhand
The game world exploded with excitement when Keanu Reeves appeared in the E3 2019 trailer. He will play the legendary Johnny Silverhand, a well-known character from the 1988 cyberpunk tabletop game.
Keanu Reeves in Cyberpunk 2077 makes Jonny Silverhand more complex and accessible. This shot marks his legendary cybernetic arm
Silverhand’s CDP interpretation will take the character in a new direction (given that Silverhand is already dead and lives on as a digital ghost in V’s head).
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In the 1988 game, Silverhand’s character was a “rockerboy” – a subclass of street poets, social consciences and rebels of the 2000s. Silverhand’s original design is based on the cyberpunk aesthetic of the 80s tabletop game, but Silverhand’s in 2077 has a much rougher aesthetic that still has the cybernetic cult arm.
Although some scenes and driving scenarios are switched to the view of a third person, Cyberpunk 2077 requires a lot of ego recordings.
The chaotic, fast-paced and exciting nature was demonstrated in the opening moments of the demo, in which the main character V looks from behind and a band of organ scavenger hunters takes bullets from their submachine gun.
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Each shot bears a numbered indicator that shows the player the damage done (as in Bungie’s first-person shooter Destiny 2).
There’s a lot of speculation as to what skills V has, as they were classified as fast and agile in the 2018 gameplay demo.
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V was able to run and take cover while a slow motion was triggered.bullet time‘Mode.
We have also seen a lot of cool weapons – a modified “tech shotgun” can penetrate enemy cover and can be used in combination with V’s improved optical implant.
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Alternatively, an “intelligent rifle” can hit multiple enemies and fire bullets that pursue their intended objectives.
This is an open world role-playing game for a CD project, but it offers all the advantages of a first person shooter.
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