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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:43pm 01/05/18 | 0 Comments
Which by any measure of the term 'educated guess' would have to be Cyberpunk 2077 right? I mean, unless CD Projekt RED reveal the existence of The Witcher 4: Geralt Back in the Habit it has to be the long in the works and mysterious Cyberpunk 2077. As of writing, we still don't have much to go on nor have seen even a single screenshot of the game in action.

But that's all set to change next month as the developer is set to present or showcase an RPG for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Rumours surrounding the debut point to a trailer and closed-door demonstration of the game so don't expect full media blow-out. Odds are that it's on track for a 2019 release - and this will be the first tease of what the end product will actually look like.

Because we can only use five-year old Cypberpunk 2077 concept art in news articles for so long.



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