Post by KostaAndreadis @ 05:21pm 01/03/19 | 1 Comments
After getting announced way back in 2012, and will full development commencing after the completion of The Witcher 3 - CD Projekt RED brought a lengthy behind-closed-doors demo of Cyberpunk 2077 to E3 last year. In addition to an amazing cinematic trailer. With confirmation that the game will be back at this year's show, there's a good chance a release date might drop alongside it.
Last year CD Projekt RED confirmed that the game was playable from beginning to finish, and with an impressive 48 minute gameplay demo already out there - if a late 2020 release was on the cards then it would make sense for the game to be a no-show this year. Also that timeline would put it in-line with the launch of the next-gen Xbox and PlayStation consoles, and CD Projekt RED has gone on record to state that the game is playable on current hardware.
The demo itself apparently ran on NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 hardware - at 1080p.
For those of you asking, yes, we will be at E3 this year.
Our money is on Cyberpunk 2077 being THE holiday game this year, much like Red Dead Redemption 2 was last year. With a potential early 2020 release as a fallback. Of course we may simply get an updated trailer or another gameplay demo, but as every bit of official Cyberpunk 2077 news has been fairly substantial - it's probably safe to start up the hype train. And countdown the days until we get a release date.
And re-watch the stunning demo for the 2077th time.