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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:38pm 05/09/19 | 1 Comments
But, it won't be there at launch - with CD Projekt RED confirming that April 2020 is all about that single-player Cyberpunk 2077. The big news here though is the the developer has now confirmed that multiplayer has moved beyond the R&D stage - i.e. figuring out what/how it will work in the game - to now be actively in development. With CD Projekt RED hiring for it too.

Which could mean that whatever it is there's potential for it to be as fleshed out as something like GTA Online or Red Dead Online.



As per the above Tweet, it sounds like whatever it might be won't be ready for a while - with 2020 set to get the full game at launch with a bunch of free DLC and story content to follow. Back to the whole GTA Online thing - imagine for a second that's what they're going for. Living in Night City, grouping up with people, going on missions, buying funky new outfits and vehicles. Very cool.

Cyberpunk 2077 is out April 16 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.



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Steve Farrelly
Posted 12:51pm 05/9/19
Honestly don't know how I feel about this. The game really doesn't appear to lend itself to MP given it's a full-blown RPG.

As long as nothing is taken away from SP, I won't care, but I'm dubious...
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