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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 05:39pm 08/03/19 | 6 Comments
In an absolute steal, Sony has come up trumps with new Cyberpunk 2077 details. Microsoft famously ended their 2018 E3 press conference with a Cyberpunk 2077 trailer, but it looks like CD Projekt RED has decided to play the field, with a new behind-the-scenes video detailing the game (in short form), from the PlayStation Blog.

And it's voiced by Geralt (or Doug Cockle, if you're a humanist), which makes it doubly cool. Talking about how to highlight the world in deeper form, making the baseline narrative exist in a parallel universe to that of the pen and paper game, the option to choose your gender and character instead of driving an established character, such as Geralt -- all of it is explored here. And while the video ends with an "when it's ready" release date, this video coupled with news the game will be at E3, and my own leanings over the past little bit since its reveal, suggests we'll be seeing the game in 2019.

Mark our words.

Watch the video embedded below.

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Latest Comments
Posted 08:25pm 08/3/19
Posted 09:01pm 10/3/19
All the footage has been previously shown. Cool vid though. Definitely excited for this!
Steve Farrelly
Posted 01:49pm 11/3/19
You guys might want to check this out then, by our very own Kosta Andreadis :)

Posted 01:36am 13/3/19

I look forward to seeing more of it. Would be nice if they shown more stuff but I can understand what the guy said about things may be there today and gone tomorrow during development.
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