CD Projekt Red Talks Cyberpunk 2077 In New PlayStation-Published Video

Cyberpunk 2077 Release Date news Imminent as CD Projekt Red kick start 2019 campaign

Cyberpunk 2077 Release Date news Imminent as CD Projekt Red kick start 2019 campaign

It also confirms that, unsurprising, development still has some way to go.

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.

The next opportunity to find out more comes in three months' time. Finally, starting a year ago at E3 2018, it dropped a truck load on us. CD Projekt Red mentions that "Work on [Cyberpunk 2077] is far from over".

While we don't think there's any brand new footage here, we do get to hear the Polish developer talk about the experience of crafting and eventually showing Cyberpunk 2077 to the public.

According to his Linkedin profile, Tomaszkiewicz will be coming in as vice president of game development and design director for Cyberpunk 2077 (thanks for the tip, Reddit).

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CDPR has been hard at work on the game for at least seven years, and provided very little information on it.

Lack of a release window continues to propel the rumor mill, with many believing that Cyberpunk 2077 is a next-gen launch title while others believe that it'll be a cross-gen release.

This is similar to what CD Projekt Red did with The Witcher series, which is set several years after the events of the last book.

CD Projekt Red responded by saying that there are no plans for a closed or open beta at all at the moment.

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