Cyberpunk 2077 Santo Domingo Concept Art Shows Off The Game's Slums

Santo Domingo is used as a corporate testing ground in Night City--check out this stunning art from the upcoming RPG.


Cyberpunk 2077 is coming in November following a delay, but while the wait keeps stretching out, there's been a steady drip-feed of content to keep us excited. We've got a hands-on report with the game, there's a comic coming in September, and now there's some new concept art for us to enjoy.

These three pieces, tweeted by the game's official account, showcase Santo Domingo. It's one of the oldest areas in Night City, the game's setting, and according to the tweet "corporations use it as a testing ground for industrial projects," meaning that it's a mix of freshly-built factories and slums, with opulent megabuildings stretching into the sky but a lot of inequality at ground level.

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You can check out the art in the tweet below. It doesn't represent the look of the final product, necessarily, but it looks great.

Unfortunately, the artists behind this work are not credited in the tweet.

Cyberpunk 2077 will come to PS5 and Xbox Series X at a later date as a free upgrade, so if you pick the game up on PS4 or Xbox One, consider which next-gen system you're planning on buying first. Ahead of the game's release, be sure to check out our detailed Cyberpunk 2077 pre-order guide to learn about the various editions and bonuses available. And though the special Xbox One X may be sold out, there are several other Cyberpunk 2077-themed accessories still up for purchase.

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