Cyberpunk 2077 World Map Revealed In Apparent Leak

A ResetEra user posted a very convincing image of a physical map that appears to be the full map of Cyberpunk 2077.


We're just over a month away from the release of Cyberpunk 2077 on November 19--provided it doesn't get delayed again--and we might have our first look at the game's full map. Today, a leaker posted a physical map on ResetEra included with Cyberpunk's physical edition that appears to show the game's full Night City, including such locales as Heywood, Santo Domingo, and Watson. [You can now find out what to expect in our Cyberpunk 2077 review.]

The world map of Cyberpunk 2077, as leaked by a ResetEra user
The world map of Cyberpunk 2077, as leaked by a ResetEra user

The map appears to line up with what we've seen of the game's seven major districts in promotional materials--particularly our lengthy video that goes over each of those districts, as well as the gangs and factions that appear in each one. The leaker also included a set of postcards that come with the game's physical edition.

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