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CD Projekt Red Releases New Cyberpunk 2077 Screenshots At Gamescom 2018

We may not have a public demo, but here are a few screenshots from Cyberpunk 2077 to further whet your appetite.


CD Projekt Red last week teased that some news was coming out at Gamescom 2018 about the upcoming Cyberpunk 2077. While we're still waiting to see what exactly that news will be, the official Twitter account of the game released some new screenshots this morning in what is hopefully a small hint of more substantial announcements to come in the following days. [Update: CD Projekt Red has now released additional concept art for the game, which appears to tease some further mystery.]

The four new screens show a variety of characters and environments from the game, including stills taken from the demo CD Projekt Red showed behind closed doors at E3 2018. In that sprawling demo, main character V and her hulking partner Jackie were tasked with tracking down a missing cyborg, and of course found themselves in trouble after being attacked by a gang of black market scavengers. GameSpot's Alessandro Fillari decsribed the demo as "overwhelming with all its detail, but it did give us the impression that there was a large world with all sorts of systems to explore and mess with."

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Cyberpunk 2077 has been a long time coming, with CD Projekt Red first confirming it was working on a title based on the influential role-playing pen and paper game way back in 2012. The first official gameplay was seen at this year's E3, and while no release date has been officially confirmed, we do know that the game is set to release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC .

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