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Take a Tour Around Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty's Black Mark...
Steve Farrelly
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In a video released overnight by CD Projekt RED, quest director PaweĊ‚ Sasko takes on a guided tour through Black Market, one of the key playspaces players will be taking their V to in the upcoming expansion for Cyberpunk 2077, and it looks crazy inviting.

The key takeaway from the above is how much more meaningful the peripheral life is going to be in the expansion, which has clearly addressed a few years of concern, feedback and suggestion from professionals and punters alike. Chief among those as well, as Sasko points out, in a complete overhaul of the police system in the game, making them and their actions more believable and much more dynamic.

In addition to the above you can catch an interview with Keanu Reeves who talks about Dogtown, which is the area proper that Phantom Liberty takes place in (Black Market is in Dogtown), and explains that where we're going is effectively a level below that of Night City, in the sense that it's shady AF.

Check it out below. Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty rocks PC and next-gen consoles this September 26. We'll have more on it as the date closes in so stay tuned.

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