What an incredibly wacky concept.
Cyberpunk 2077 won't have any pre-order bonuses. A user over on Reddit asked the game's official Twitter account if there would be any incentives, and the developer's reply is rather refreshing: "We don't do that. Every person that buys the game gets exactly the same in-game content, no matter if they buy it in pre-orders, on release date, or two years later."
At this point CD Projekt Red has a reputation for being consumer friendly, and this kind of stance is only going to enhance that. With The Witcher 3, for example, standard retail copies of the game came with a number of extras, and post-launch, the title received a number of totally free content updates that included entirely new quests. Even the game's outstanding expansions were priced way lower than many expected.
Of course, it should be noted that Cyberpunk 2077 does have an expensive collector's edition, but that also doesn't include any in-game bonuses as far as we're aware.
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