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Cyberpunk 2077’s Next-Gen Editions Still On Track For 2021 | GameSpot News

In today’s GameSpot News, Persia talks about the next-gen version of Cyberpunk 2077 still releasing later this year, the free No Man’s Sky: Frontiers update, PUBG battle-royale creator Brendan Green forming a new studio, and when to watch the Tokyo Games Show.

In this video, Persia talks about today’s latest gaming news. Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’s next-gen versions are still on track to release this year but the developers aren’t setting anything in stone just yet.

No Man’s Sky: Frontiers is now live and introduces many new mechanics involving growing your own settlements, becoming a space mayor, and much more. Over 250 new building items and decorations have been added along with more save slots and other quality of life upgrades.

Brendan Greene, better known by his online persona PlayerUnknown, has also announced today that he will be leaving PUBG developer and publisher Krafton to form his own independent studio, PlayerUnknown Productions which Persia discusses along with the news that

Persia also goes over a few of the big names we’ll be seeing at Tokyo Game Show as the schedule was recently released and includes presentations from Xbox, Square Enix, Capcom, and more.

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