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  1. One of the complaints that a lot of people have with Cyberpunk 2077 is the fact that the game doesn't support third-person mode. Everything you do in the game is in first-person except for when you hop into a vehicle. CD Projekt Red did that for an immersive experience, although we think an option to least let people switch between mode would have been great. But you know what? The modding community has got you covered. Yes, a lot of mods have already started pouring in for the game. And one of them actually lets you play the game in third-person. Well, the mod is still in the early stages of development, so it's not entirely perfect just yet. It seems to be working but the experience isn't ideal. The game is clearly not designed to be played in a third-person perspective, which is why the characters and their movements are a bit wonky. You can check out IGN's video here to see exactly what we're talking about. As you can see, the mods seem to be very unstable for now but it's being worked on and the community is expecting better results from it soon. Currently, the character movements are wonky and they show weird animations to compensate for the rapid movements. The mod devs will have to add custom animations for the movements and we think it'll take quite some time to do that. That being said, we're glad that the game is already seeing an active modding community, which we think will only help keep the game alive. © MensXP More than these mods though, people are currently waiting for CD Projekt Red to fix the bugs in the game. The game is unplayable on older console versions and a fix for that is expected to drop soon. Stay tuned to our Cyberpunk 2077 page to learn more about the game. View the full article
  2. Valve has revealed its Steam "Best of 2020" list and it includes the best-selling and most played games on Steam last year. The list includes some good titles that did really well in terms of sales and playtimes. New entries like Among Us and Fall Guys made it to the Platinum category of Steam's best sellers list. However, we did see some all-time big names like Dota 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive too. © MensXP Cyberpunk 2077 also made it to the list, which isn't surprising considering the fact that CD Projekt Red has sold over 13 million units of the game. With all the being said, we'd like to point out that only three of the 12 Platinum-selling games came out this year. The other nine titles were released in the past. Here's the full list of games: Among Us Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Cyberpunk 2077 Destiny 2 Doom Eternal Dota 2 Fall Guys Grand Theft Auto V Monster Hunter World PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Rainbow Six Siege Red Dead Redemption 2 © InnerSloth In the Gold category, we got games like Phasmophobia, Borderlands 3, Sea of Thieves, and The Elder Scrolls Online. Hades, Euro truck Simulator, Microsoft Flight Simulator, and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt made it to the Silver category whereas Death Stranding, Dark Souls 3, Ori, and the Will of the Wisps made it to Steam's Bronze category. Source: Steam View the full article
  3. Johnny Silverhand, the character played by Keanu Reeves in Cyberpunk 2077, is one of the coolest NPC we've seen in video games so far. Throughout the game, there are a lot of really cool secrets that you can unlock and discover new things about Johnny. In addition to getting Johnny's car, his pistol, and the Samurai jacket, you can also equip Johnny Silverhand's iconic Silver arm in the game. It's a cool little secret in the game and we highly suggest getting it in the memory of the character. View the full article
  4. Cyberpunk 2077 was one of the most anticipated games of 2020. But sadly, the game's launch just ended up being a disaster. Looks like CD Projekt Red just shipped an unfinished game for the PS4 and the Xbox One. Even other versions of the game seem to be full of bugs and glitches. Turns out, Cyberpunk 2077 launch wasn't just a disaster for us gamers, but also for the investors. A lawsuit has now been filed against CD Projekt Red, the company behind Cyberpunk 2077. It claims that the investors were misled about the title's performance ahead of its release. The whole launch and this fiasco have caused a significant drop in stock price. © MensXP The lawsuit states that CD Projekt Red failed to convey that the game was "virtually unplayable" and instead marketed it as a success with a few bugs that would go unnoticed by the player base. CD Projekt Red has noted that it would 'vigorously' defend itself against the investor's claims, although it remains to be seen how it goes. In case you don't know, the game is legit unplayable for PS4 and Xbox One users and they're now being offered refunds for it. Even the other versions of the game are still plagued by bugs despite being on the latest version i.e. v1.06. CD Projekt Red says it'll need some more time to iron out all the bugs and make it better. So what does this lawsuit means for the future of the game? Well, we should now brace for more delays for the future content that was being planned. We're talking about new DLC content and the Multiplayer mode. Since the main game itself isn't very playable, we have little to no expectations from future content. © MensXP As for the players in the community, we suggest you wait for more patches for a polished experience. The game, in its current state, is playable at least on the PC and the next-gen consoles, but there's still a lot that needs to be fixed. Let's hope for the best and keep our fingers crossed for the big updates that are planned to come out in January and February 2021. Source: USCourts View the full article
  5. Even though Cyberpunk 2077 has faced enough backlash from players on last-gen consoles, CD Projekt Red has managed to sell 13 million copies of the game. The official number was spotted by analyst Daniel Ahmad in a disclosure by the studio even after factoring in refunds for the game around the globe. The sales numbers factors in sales across all platforms i.e. PlayStation, Xbox, Steam, Epic Stories and CD Projekt’s own GOG.com. The company saw more than 8 million pre-orders before release and saw over 1 million players playing the game at the same time on Steam, highest for any single-player game so far. © Cd Projekt Red The game has generated over $780 million in revenue if we calculate the 13 million sales figures with the retail price of the game. This puts the game amongst the highest selling games of all time and is in good company such as Rockstar’s Red Dead Redemption 2. CD Projekt Red says that it has sold 13 million copies of Cyberpunk through digital and physical distribution channels as of December 20. This number factors in refunds processed by this point at both retail / digital. The game had 8m pre-orders prior to launch. pic.twitter.com/ZIg4j9nDeB — Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) December 22, 2020 The game has seen controversy ever since it launched as the game is marred with bugs and unplayable on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. This prompted companies like Sony and Microsoft to issue refunds for games that were bought digitally. Sony even went further as the Japanese console maker removed the game from its digital storefront last week. © MensXP_CD Projekt Red Usually, game publishers aren’t really candid about sharing sales figures, but CD Projekt Red declared these numbers due to financial reasons. "The Management Board has decided to disclose the above information in the form of a current report due to its potential impact on investment-related decisions,” the company said. Soon after the game was removed from Sony’s digital store, CD Projekt Red’s stock dropped by 22 percent and reduced its market capitalisation by $1.8 billion. The developers at CD Projekt Red are hard at work to fix the game’s performance issues on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The studio has already issued two hotfixes that have improved the game’s performance but more fixes are expected to be released in January and February 2021. We played the game on PC and did not experience any game-breaking bugs and you can read all about it here. View the full article
  6. Cyberpunk 2077 has seen a very rocky launch with the game running like hot trash on the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One. The game would often dip to 15 frames per second and have texture pop-in issues which would make it look like a game from the 1990s. However, someone got Cyberpunk 2077 running on the Nintendo Switch using a hack and running Google Stadia. © Youtube_Nintendrew YouTuber NintenDrew managed to get Cyberpunk 2077 running on the Nintendo Switch, however it is not as easy as it seems. In order to run the game, one needs to have a modified Switch. In fact, in the video, he said “getting Cyberpunk 2077 running on the Switch does involve some modifications that are not endorsed or supported by Nintendo" and adds that "any mod has the potential to brick your system. © Youtube_Nintendrew On a modified Switch, one will need to sideload a modified version of Android and download the Stadia app. He said there are different ways to get Cyberpunk 2077 running on the Nintendo Switch, however Google Stadia is the easiest solution so far. The stadia app will recognise the two JoyCon controllers as a single Xbox controller and you can start playing the game with mapping any of the keys. You can even connect a Pro controller via Bluetooth and the app will recognise it as an Xbox controller. The game will run at 720p resolution when used on handheld mode and will be upscaled to 1080p when docked. The Google Stadia version of the game looks and runs better than its console counterparts and it seems like the best way to experience the game if you don’t have a PC. View the full article
  7. One of the best things to do in Cyberpunk 2077 is hopping into a vehicle and just explore Night City. The map is beautifully designed that you simply can't afford to ignore it. And if you want to see the Night City fade away into a blur in your rear-view mirror, then you'll need some fast rides. Today, we'll be telling you how to get the fastest bike in the game. A lot of items and vehicles in this game are hidden aren't exactly easy to find, so you'll need some directions to actually discover them. © CD Projekt Red The fastest bike in the game, however, isn't all that hard to find. It's called the Yaiba Kusanagi CT-3X and you can get it if you have enough eddies. Eddies, for those of you who don't know, is Cyberpunk 2077's in-game currency. The Yaiba Kusanagi CT-3X requires a Street Cred of 12. If you have that, then simply head over to Wakako Okada, a fixer in Westbrook. In case you are having trouble finding her, then you can also check out your journal and find it under the 'Rides' section. Just head over to the location, pay 22,000 eddies and grab it. For now, this is the only way you can get the vehicle and own it. Of course, you can always find one on the road or see a thug riding one and snatch it from that NPC, but that way you acquire the bike. It means you won't be able to call it from your rides list. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer For more useful info on all things Cyberpunk 2077, we suggest you check out our Cyberpunk 2077 page here. View the full article
  8. Much like any role-playing game, Cyberpunk 2077 lets you romance characters in the game and develop intimate relationships. There are four romance options that you can explore in the game, however there are some prerequisites you need to fulfil in order to progress. Here are all the romance options you can try in Cyberpunk 2077: 1. Judy © CD Projekt Red In order to romance Judy, you will need to complete her four missions i.e. The Information Automatic Love, The Space in Between, and Disasterpiece. These missions will involve another character called Evelyn Parker and once you complete these missions, you will have to do one final mission called Both Sides, Now. However, in order to romance, your character needs to be a female V. 2. Panam Palmer © CD Projekt Red You will come across another main character in one of the missions who is a nomad from the Aldecaldo clan. Much like any other NPC, you will need to complete her missions Ghost Town, Lightning Breaks and Life During Wartime. You will need to flirt with her at some point where you will have the option to suggest that she and V share a bed at a motel. This will not trigger the romance option as yet. You will then have to complete three more missions i.e. Riders on the Storm, With a Little Help from My Friends and finally Queen of the Highway. After the final mission, you will be able to romance Panam provided your character is a male V. 3. River Ward © CD Projekt Red River Ward will not appear in any of the early main missions but you will come across him in some of the side missions. You will have to start doing his missions by first meeting him during the I Fought the Law quest. You will then have to do some of the optional jobs in order to open up the romance option. River is only available to romance for a female V. 4. Kerry Eurodyne © CD Projekt Red In order to romance Kerry, a former bandmate of Silverhand, you will need to progress to Act 3 of the game. Much like other romance options, you will have to complete his missions until you reach a point where you finally get the option to romance him. However, Kerry is only available to romance for a male V. 5. Joytoys © CD Projekt Red Joytoys, or Cyberpunk 2077’s version of futuristic *** workers can be found at markets and shopping streets in the city. View the full article
  9. One of the best things you can do in Cyberpunk 2077 is grabbing the fastest cars and bikes in the game and go for a ride in Night City. The map, even with its fair share of bugs, looks amazing and feels very realistic. We've already shown you how to get the fastest bike in the game which is the Yaiba Kusanagi CT-3X. Now, we'll be checking out how to get the fastest car in the game. It's called the Rayfield Caliburn. Believe it or not, the fastest car in the game is also actually the easiest one to get. In fact, you don't even have to spend any money on this or go through any tough enemies. © CD Projekt Red You can simply walk up to it, and grab it for free. That's right. You can simply head over to this location on the map and walk up to it and acquire the vehicle. It's the same spot you visit for a quest called 'The Ghost Town' with Panam. In case you missed that car during that mission, just get back to the same spot and grab it now. Remember, this is the only way to get this car as there's no option to buy it like you'd buy other cars. So don't miss this one as you'll be able to enjoy it for the rest of your playthrough. For more such useful tips and tricks, be sure to keep an eye on our dedicated Cyberpunk 2077 page. View the full article
  10. Usually, PC gamers get the short end of the stick as games usually launch in a broken state for the platform. Games are usually first made for consoles and then ported for PC which leads to many performance issues on PCs. However, the tables seem to have turned when it comes to Cyberpunk 2077 as the game is riddled with bugs for console versions of the game. In fact, for the first time in years, a game on PC has received a better, glitch-free version and players on the platform are not going to give up this opportunity to troll console players. Many comparisons of the game have been posted online that shows Cyberpunk 2077 in all its glory for the PC version while the console version suffers from graphic and performance issues. I hadn't really seen any solid comparisons of console Cyberpunk v PC but I just saw this screenshot and oh wow. Left is Xbox Series X, Right is recorded an hour ago on my PC. pic.twitter.com/iEjz5eWaTj — Merchant (@Merchant_MTG) December 10, 2020 © Reddit/ u_CautionarySparkle The developers at CD Projekt Red had already apologised to console gamers for the sad state of the game and for "not showing the game on base last-gen consoles before it premiered.” The studio has promised update patches in January and February, however some feel that it might be too late. Sony has already removed the game from the PlayStation Store and is now accepting refunds from players who bought the game from its platform. Many PC players are now posting memes across every social media platform to poke fun at console players who are not accustomed to bad ports of a game. In fact, many PC gamers have expressed they couldn’t care less about console gamers not having a great experience with the game. © Reddit/u_tthreedee © Reddit/u_like_and_umm © Reddit/u_lo_REZ90 © Reddit/u_dhanveer_as Some PC players simply posted screenshots from the game and boasted about how good it looks. Of course, these were posted as an attempt to throw shade at console players which did add fuel to fire amongst console players. This is how my Johnny Silverhand looks like. Beautiful game on PC. from r/gaming © Reddit/u_dhanveer_as View the full article
  11. In an unprecedented move, Sony (SIE) has removed Cyberpunk 2077 from the PlayStation Store until further notice. The game has been suffering from a myriad of bugs, glitches and performance issues on the PlayStation 4 which prompted the company to remove the game from selling on its platform. The company said that it “strives to ensure a high level of customer satisfaction” and will offer refunds to anyone who bought the game digitally from the store. © Reuters The company's full statement reads: "SIE strives to ensure a high level of customer satisfaction, therefore we will begin to offer a full refund for all gamers who have purchased Cyberpunk 2077 via PlayStation Store. SIE will also be removing Cyberpunk 2077 from PlayStation Store until further notice.” "Once we have confirmed that you purchased Cyberpunk 2077 via PlayStation Store, we will begin processing your refund. Please note that completion of the refund may vary based on your payment method and financial institution.” The move comes after CD Projekt Red admitted and apologised for not paying “enough attention.” The Polish Studio is now hard at work to fix the game and aims to make it “playable [and] stable, without glitches and crashes.” The company is looking to issue a new patch before Christmas and two other fixes in January and February. The company is seeking to rebuild its reputation and has quoted saying “money is no object” to fix its reputation after the debacle. © Reddit Sony usually does not offer refunds for games easily but the platform holder has launched a dedicated page for refunds for Cyberpunk 2077. Players can submit for their refund here. Users who already own a physical copy or do not wish to request a refund can continue to play the game on the PS5, PS4 Pro and PS4. However, the game is still marred with bugs and glitches that are not ideal for a AAA game experience. You will, however, receive all future patches as promised by CD Projekt Red. Source: PlayStation View the full article
  12. As an open-world game, Cyberpunk 2077 gives you a ton of options when it comes to exploring the Night City. 'V' does have access to a couple of rides in the game but we think getting your hands on the iconic Porsche 911 in the game is the way to go if you want to ride in style. In contrary to what you'd expect, getting this iconic car in the game is really not that hard. You just need to be aware of the decisions that you are making and pay a little bit of attention to what the game is telling you. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer Here's how you can get Johnny Silverhand's iconic Porsche 911 in Cyberpunk 2077 - So, you'll get this car in a side quest called 'Chippin In'. That mission, however, will only unlock when you complete the main story quest called Tapeworm. The first thing you'll do is head to Afterlife in Littel China. You'll meet with Johnny and take Misty's pills. You'll then be following everything that Johnny tells you to do. You'll reach a point where the game tells you to wait for Rogue's call the next day. Once you get the call, you simply head to the location and follow the quest objectives. Eventually, you'll get to the point where's get to kill a character named Grayson or spare him. Put the weapon away and spare his life, following which he'll give you an access key to unlock a container with Johnny's belonging. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer Now, just proceed to the container after the interrogation is over to open and find Johnny Silverhand's car inside it. It's the iconic Porsche 911 tucked inside the canvas sheet. The car is now yours to keep and you can call it anytime just like how you'd call your other vehicles. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer It's worth pointing out that you'll also be getting Johnny Silverhand's iconic pistol and Samurai bomber jacket from the trailer in this mission. Yeah, we won't be spoiling the mission by giving away too much, so keep an eye for a side job named 'Chippin In' and grab all these goodies for free. We hope that tutorial was helpful because you don't want to miss that car. We'll be coming up with more tips and tricks to help you improve your gameplay experience, so be sure to keep an eye on Cyberpunk 2077 page. View the full article
  13. If you haven’t noticed yet, Cyberpunk 2077 stars internet hero Keanu Reeves as Johnny Silverhand and it seems like the developers paid a subtle nod to his legacy in the game. In fact, Neo is probably Reeves’ most iconic role from his filmography and CD Projekt Red did not shy away from paying homage to one of the greatest action movie franchises of all time. If you haven’t played the game and intend to play it at some point, bear in mind there are minor spoilers below. If you’ve seen The Matrix, then you probably remember the scene where Neo faces a dilemma of whether he should take the blue or the red pill as he is presented with the choice by Morpheus. In fact, here’s how the scene went in the movies: “You take the blue pill, the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill, you stay in wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes. Remember: all I'm offering is the truth. Nothing more.” Spoiler Warning © CD Projekt Red While the scene from the movie was not recreated in the game, we do face a similar dilemma in the game after the prologue where V finds Silverhand’s digital construct in his/her brain. However, in order to keep you alive, an NPC named Misty will try to help you by giving you two choices in the form of medicine. The two medications are omega blockers and ‘pseudoendotrizine’ that happen to come in a blue and red container respectively. The blue pill is designed to slow the rate of Silverhand (Keanu) taking over your body while the red pill can speed things up. © Warner Brothers. This is not the only nod the game gives to the infamous choice as at some point Johnny Silverhand takes over V’s body and goes out for a binge of escapes in Night City. At some point, Silverhands meets a person that looks awfully similar to Morpheus in the 'Afterlife’ nightclub. Here he is presented with a choice yet again where Silverhand can either pick a blue or red pill. The game presents the pills in a very similar fashion to the Matrix movies albeit the moment does not last longer than a few seconds. The two instances where V is presented with the two pills not only made us excited but even nostalgic for the Matrix movies. It’s a nice touch that Keanu’s character gets to choose a red or blue pill again in a science-fiction setting. It’s a very small detail that pays homage to a role that will be remembered by fans for a very long time. View the full article
  14. Cyberpunk 2077 is finally out now and it's incredible. While the game is getting a lot of love from the supporters, not everybody seems to be happy with the release. The old generation PS4 and Xbox One players, in particular, aren't exactly happy with the way the game turned out. PS4 users seem to be most affected as they are experiencing performance issues and crashes. A lot of reports have claimed that the game exhibits exceptionally poor performance on the PS4 and the Xbox One. © CD Projekt Red Hot on the heels of this, Sony is reportedly handing out Cyberpunk 2077 refunds. Typically, Sony doesn't offer refunds for digital games, especially once they've been played. However, every once in a while it makes exceptions and this appears to be one of those rare occasions. A lot of PS4 users have confirmed that they have received refunds. It doesn't appear to be a part of a blanket policy since a lot of users have reported that their request was even denied. So we'd say it depends on the customer rep dealing with the request too. As of now, it's not entirely sure if all PS4 players will get a refund for the game. Both CD Projekt Red and Sony have decided to remain tight-lipped on this matter so we'll see how it goes. In the meantime, we'd love to know your thoughts on the game. © CD Projekt Red Have you started playing Cyberpunk 2077? Are you enjoying the game or are you not happy with its performance issues and various visual bugs? Feel free to let us know by dropping a line in the comments. Source: Comicbook View the full article
  15. Cyberpunk 2077 is here for everyone to play, however, the long-waited RPG is suffering from performance and graphics issues on the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One. In fact, these issues are causing the game to be unplayable which has led to many players shelving the game until a patch is released. © Reddit The game isn’t looking too great on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, however, we’re hearing it isn’t much of a problem on next-gen consoles. In fact, the best version of the game is currently on PC where the game looks at par with what we have seen so far. Even in our review, the game looked fantastic with the RTX 2080 Ti and the RTX 3090 which we will discuss in detail later. However, on-base consoles by Sony and Microsoft, the game is suffering from glitches, chippy frame rate drops to game-breaking bugs that have broken the immersion for players entirely. Experts at Digital Foundry tested the latest build of the game on said consoles and found that the PlayStation 4 would often run it around 720p and up to 900p resolutions at times. The game looked extremely glitched and blurry which prompted the experts to call the game more on the lines of a Nintendo Switch port. If you want to know how bad the graphics can look, check out this video below: Welcome... to #Cyberpunk2077 on PS4 fat / XBO ! pic.twitter.com/77BSmEuw6y — Legolas (@Legolas) December 9, 2020 On the PlayStation 4 Pro, the folks at Digital Foundry found the game would max out at 1188p and dip as low as 972p. On the PlayStation 4 Pro, the game would drop down to 20 frames per second and also found stuttering issues in the early hours of the game. The game would specifically get rough while driving and exploring the Night City. Digital Foundry said that Cyberpunk 2077 looks completely different on Windows PC hinting that the experience was designed more for that high-end PC experience. View the full article
  16. We’ve been playing Cyberpunk 2077 ever since we got the review and wanted to share some knowledge with people who are just getting started with the game. Cyberpunk 2077 is a massive game and there are a lot of things to do which you might miss if you aren’t paying attention. There are in-game activities, a whole economy to discover and interesting stories to experience. Here’s everything you should do in Cyberpunk 2077 within the first few hours of the game: 1. Earn Money © CD Projekt Red If you want to get the best cars, clothing and weapons, you need to save up money in order to purchase some great loot. To earn money, we encourage you to complete side missions, crimes in progress activities and gigs so that you can afford the best items in the game. Also, don’t forget to pick up the junk that is scattered all over the floor and in mission areas as these can be sold to a junk dealer or used as parts for crafting. 2. Attributes and Skills Matter © CD Projekt Red Each attribute plays a crucial role in the game and is directly associated with your playing style as well. If you plan to hijack cars, we recommend investing in your body strength as some cars require a higher level for breaking in. Similarly, you can force open some inaccessible doors if you have invested in the “technical” attribute as well which can result in hidden loot and rewards. Investing in the ‘intelligence ability’ will result in faster hacking and having the ability to hack computers that require more skill. It’s very important that you stack some of these abilities if you prefer a certain type of playstyle. 3. Drive Around © CD Projekt Red, MensXP It is very tempting to use the fast-travel option in large games like Cyberpunk 2077 however we highly recommend driving to your objectives. You will find some in-game activities, mysterious missions and interesting locations that may yield rewards and loot. You can even help the NCPD to apprehend wanted criminals that often pop-up in the world. 4. Save OftenCyberpunk 2077 is not a fully polished game and due to this reason, we implore that you save your game often. The game has many bugs which can cause crashes even on PC. We’re hearing Cyberpunk 2077 on consoles is in a worse state. In order to quick-save, enter the menu, and tap Triangle/Y/F5. 5. Your Choices Have Weight © CD PRojekt Red At least in the main campaign, Cyberpunk 2077 depends a lot on your choices which can affect your mission quite drastically. We also recommend doing the optional objectives in missions as they can impact the overall story. Doing these optional objectives also lets you earn extra cash which you will need for buying gear. View the full article
  17. Yes, we’ve played the game and we know what you are probably wondering if you are here. You probably want to know how long it takes to beat Cyberpunk 2077 so that you can plan your life accordingly. Some people have taken offs from work while some are calling in sick to play the game. However, there are a few things you should know before you get immersed in the world of Cyberpunk 2077. © CDProjekt Red, MesXP Now for the real question, how many hours will it take to beat Cyberpunk 2077? Well, that depends on the style you play. If you probably only play the main campaign and ignore side quests, it will be a fairly short game. However, we do recommend checking out many of the side missions as some of them have stories that are equally good if not better than the main campaign. We’ve taken into account every play style possible and here’s how long it will take to beat the game depending on your playing style: Main story: 18 hours Main story and extras: 43.5 hours Completionist: 105 hours All Playstyles: 30.5 hours Which is the Best Version? View the full article
  18. Cyberpunk 2077 is now available to play for everyone and the game is already breaking records for a single-player game, at least on ‘Steam’. Previously the record was held by Fallout 4 for most concurrent players in a single-player game with 472,962 gamers playing it at launch. Cyberpunk 2077 has now beaten that record with over 1,000,000 concurrent players on Steam. © MensXP While over a million people were playing the game on Steam there were bound to be more players as Cyberpunk 2077 is available on other platforms such as GOG, Epic, GeForce Now and Stadia. The game is also available on consoles which means Cyberpunk 2077 might just be the most played game in the world right now. While writing this news piece, Cyberpunk 2077 had beaten PUBG and other popular games such as Among Us for the most concurrent players right now. PUBG currently holds the record for the most players in a game on Steam with 3,257,248 people simultaneously trying their luck getting a chicken dinner. However, the game has now seen a huge drop in the number of players today due to lack of support and general interest in the game. © CD Projekt Red Cyberpunk 2077 is now available across all platforms including different launchers on PC. If you are interested to know what the game is all about, check out our spoiler-free review in detail here. If you will be playing the game on Steam, you may face slow download speeds due to congestion. We advise you to change your region by going to Steam>Settings>Downloads. If you’re in Asia, we recommend switching to the Malaysia region if you want full download speeds for updates at the time being. For more Cyberpunk 2077 content, do check out our dedicated site that features every bit of information, guides, PC build tips and everything related to the game. View the full article
  19. Just like The Witcher 3, CD Projekt Red’s latest role-playing game has set a new standard for every game that is going to follow its footsteps. Not only will it be a trendsetter, Cyberpunk 2077 is going to be remembered for years to come, even when taking all the bugs into account. CD Projekt Red undertook a massive project when it first announced the game and not only did the developers deliver a metropolis full of futuristic art and neon lights. The open-world adventure crafted by CD Projekt Red is a testament to what RPGs can be and what other developers with similar ambitions should aspire to create. If you’ve been looking for a game to get lost in, you’ve found yourself a winner here. © Cd Projekt Red Night City is a futuristic representation of our world where people obsess over technology and capitalism permeates every aspect of life. Your adventure starts off with you playing the protagonist named ‘V’ who you can create to your liking. You can also choose a life path that plays a part in your character’s backstory, While the game’s prologue might differ for each lifepath, you will also find subtle differences in conversations and the overall narrative. Being an RPG, you can also create a build according to your liking. Your ‘V’ can either be a 'netrunner' who is extremely efficient at hacking things or you can invest in attributes that will allow V to traverse the city with stealth. I chose to play the Street Kid lifepath and once I was done creating my character, V was thrown right into the middle of the city. After you get introduced to some of the mechanics and systems, you are free to explore a section of the city and start doing some side jobs. You can also continue the main story if you want, but we preferred getting some hours in by doing some incredible side missions. We aren’t going to spoil the story though. However, we do have to mention that the narrative takes a turn the moment you are introduced to Johnny Silverhand. © Cd Projekt Red Silverhand was a former terrorist who has a vendetta against the forces that run Night City. However, Silverhand is now a digital construct who can influence your mind. There will be times during the main campaign where you will face tough choices. Some of these choices are logical while others may seem a bit dangerous. You see, your decisions matter, and it plays a huge role in the context of the whole story. Your choices may seem harmless in the beginning but you will never know how it might influence the narrative towards the end. We do have to point out that Silverhand is an asinine jerk who has been brilliantly portrayed by Keanu Reeves. There were times his voice acting seemed a bit bland but then again if you know Reeves’ past work, it’s part of his charisma as well. © Cd Projekt Red However, this level of character development is not only limited to Silverhand as all NPCs you encounter in missions have their own personalities. Some are likeable while some are simply dodgy. This level of character detail is needed to keep a player’s immersion intact and Cyberpunk 2077 manages that effortlessly. Almost every character you encounter is memorable even from side missions who have been brought to life by some excellent voice acting and facial animation. Character models are highly detailed, especially the ones that you interact with on the regular. Sure, other NPCs that roam around the city don't get the same treatment but then again no other game does that either. © Cd Projekt Red Speaking of missions, you can easily spend over 80 hours in this game or possibly even more by exploring the city and finding missions that yield rewards. Some of these side missions were as good if not better than the main campaign that tells the underlying stories of Night City. If it weren’t for these side missions, Cyberpunk 2077 would not be the comprehensive RPG I am making it out to be. The real fun lies here and I can’t wait to get back into the game to explore more stories that await me. © Cd Projekt Red Cyberpunk 2077’s gameplay is best described as a better version of The Outer Worlds. It’s primarily a first-person shooter but you can also use melee weapons if you wish to approach missions with stealth. The gunplay is at par with modern FPS (first-person shooters) titles albeit a bit rough around the edges. Apart from shooting, hacking and slashing enemies, you can also use abilities to conquer your foes. You can breach cameras, LED panels, lights and just about every tech in your vicinity if you have upgraded the right attributes. Other abilities such as setting off a grenade in an enemy’s pocket or breaching their cybernetics are other notable abilities I loved. © Cd Projekt Red Apart from abilities, you will also find yourself sorting through hordes of weapons and clothing that you will acquire from missions and fallen enemies. The weapons you acquire have enough variety, however the inventory system needs a bit of work so that one can sort loot more effectively. I often found myself spending more time in menus trying to get rid of stuff rather than playing the game. Thankfully, there are enough kiosks around the city where you can go and sell the weapons you don’t need. Having said that, enemy AI is a bit all over the place even in normal difficulty. There were times where I got killed in a single shot and other times where the enemy thought he was safe behind a glass window. This may be fixed as a part of the day one patch however, for now, enemy AI is a bit inconsistent. © Cd Projekt Red If you want to know how the driving mechanics feel in Cyberpunk 2077, check out impressions here to know more in detail. It is slightly better than what we expected, however there is still room for improvement. © Cd Projekt Red When I said CD Projekt Red has set a standard for future games with Cyberpunk 2077, a lot of it had to do with the world crafted by the developers. ‘Night City’ is a sight to behold and is a testament to the developers' ability to craft detailed environments. The futuristic metropolis is a great rendition of what we can expect real cities to be in about fifty years. The city is densely populated with NPCs who make it feel like you’re walking down a real city street. Similarly, sounds from billboards, markets, shops and vehicles also make Night City feel more realistic than ever. © Cd Projekt Red I hate to make this comparison but Night City puts GTA V’s Lost Santos to shame by a huge margin. Having said that, I was disappointed that I could not visit every skyscraper in the game or visit any location I wanted. While many buildings are open for you to explore, some locations are closed off to the player which could bother quite a few people. Being a massively complex game, Cyberpunk 2077 was bound to have bugs and glitches. Before I talk about these issues, I do have to mention that I was playing a pre-release version of the game. CD Projekt Red will be issuing a Day 1 patch on all platforms that might address some of the problems I faced. While none of these bugs were game-breaking in any way, some were quite frustrating. For instance, enemies could snipe me through solid assets like rocks and boulders in a particular mission which was resolved by simply reloading the last checkpoint. Another bug I faced was when I was trying to break a glass window, my character was teleported 200 meters away from where I originally was. I only faced one hard crash during my playthrough on PC, however it could be different for you. The Final VerdictCyberpunk 2077 champions the open-world setting with a level of immersion that has been missing in RPGs this past generation. With a complicated world, complex RPG mechanics and a riveting story, Cyberpunk 2077 has set a new standard for open-world games. Even with its many bugs and glitches, Cyberpunk 2077 will be remembered by the gaming community for years to come. View the full article
  20. Cyberpunk 2077 was hyped up to be not only the game of the year but possibly the game of this decade as well. While I did try to seep myself separate from the hype associated with this game, I won’t shy away from saying Cyberpunk 2077 has far exceeded my expectations. In many ways, Cyberpunk 2077 feels like a genre-defining game that will be remembered by fans for a very long time. I’ve played about 22 hours as I’ve been messing around in the Night City doing side missions, gigs, and soaking in the glistening neon-filled world. This is a massive game and there was no way I could have finished Cyberpunk 2077 in time for the global embargo. However, that does not mean we cannot talk about the game and what we think so far. Do keep in mind everything we talk about below is spoiler-free and only talks about my initial impressions of the game based on over 20 hours of in-game time. © CDProjekt Red_MesXP In our 22 hours of gameplay time, the story so far has been quite action-packed and filled with emotions. The opening sequence of the game is fairly long, filled with tutorials and basic introductions to the complex RPG mechanics. You will learn the ropes gradually until the very end of the first act of the game. The main title screen does not even appear at least five hours into the main campaign. I chose to play the ‘Street Kid’ life path for my first playthrough as I wanted to experience ‘Night City’ from the get-go and trust me when I see say this - it was a sight to behold. So far, the story has been exceptional and I haven’t come across even one boring moment. Most of the game’s presentation is very cinematic where the gameplay flawlessly switches from gameplay to set pieces without you even realising it. © CDProjekt Red_MesXP I’m not going to be talking much about the story as yet, however I will say that every decision you make matters. Your decisions are the most important aspect in the context of the overall story and you shouldn’t take it lightly. Some choices will come from conversations while others might just surprise you. CD Projekt Red has masterfully implemented consequences and gains that might creep up at the most unexpected moment. Due to a plethora of choices available and its first-person nature, the game truly makes the experience feel like a personal journey. I haven’t come across a game like this in a long time that sets a new benchmark for immersion. © CDProjekt Red_MesXP Speaking of immersion, the world crafted by CD Projekt Red is by far the most detailed environment we’ve ever seen in a game. The futuristic metropolis looks and feels and sounds like a melange of Tokyo, Singapore and Hong Kong, although with a futuristic vibe. The world is populated just like you would expect from a dense city like Tokyo, filled with NPCs who are strolling the streets of Night City and going about their day. There will be times you will be visiting markets that genuinely feel overcrowded and you may have to trade through a hoard of NPCs to get to your destination. Night City truly feels like a lived-in city with beautiful skylines and city centres that can give real-world cities a run for their money. Even most of the character models of NPCs look extremely detailed, realistic and at par with what we’ve seen in previews. © CDProjekt Red_MesXP The case remains the same while driving vehicles as you will often find yourself stuck in a traffic jam or drive through narrow streets much like in real life. Each car feels and handles differently which is along the lines of GTA V albeit slightly better. You can hijack cars as well, however it works a bit differently than GTA V. You can only hijack cars depending on how many points you’ve invested in your ‘Strength’ attribute, which makes you want to improve your character further if you want the ability to hijack better cars. © CDProjekt Red_MesXP Now let’s talk about the combat system as it is by far, the most important aspect of the game. Cyberpunk 2077 is mostly a first-person shooter, reminiscent of games like The Outer Worlds and the Fallout series. Having said that, the combat mechanic feels a lot more polished and smooth as compared to the aforementioned games. Even melee combat feels more comprehensive than anything we’ve experienced before. We’ve seen rumours online about Cyberpunk 2077’s enemy AI where it puts the intelligence of NPCs into question. In my experience, on normal difficulty, there were times I got picked off by enemies in a single shot because I chose to approach some missions head first. Enemies in this game can be unforgiving and taking a more cautious approach is recommended. Being a CD Projekt Red game, Cyberpunk 2077 is filled with complex RPG systems that you get to play around with as soon as you start the game. You will end up collecting different types of mods to enhance your weapons or buy and install cybernetic mods from a local ‘ripperdoc’. We will talk more in detail about the RPG mechanics and how these systems play a role in character progression as a part of our full review soon. © CDProjekt Red_MesXP Since I have not finished the game yet, I am not going to give a final verdict as of now and instead just gave an overview of the game’s performance so far. In my 22 hour playthrough, I have not come across any major bugs or performance issues until now with exception of one hard crash. It is important to let you know that I have been playing the ‘pre-release’ build of the game and there will be stability improvements as a part of the day-one patch. © CDProjekt Red_MesXP I am currently playing the PC version of the game on my RTX 2080Ti GPU and will be switching to the RTX 3090 for the rest of the game. In my experience, the game runs flawlessly at 60 frames per second with the high ray-tracing mode turned on at 1440p resolution. After uncapping the frame rates, Cyberpunk 2077 was running around 135-140 FPS with RTX turned on and will test the game in 4K resolution on the RTX 3090 for our review. I have not tested the game on any of the consoles as of yet but will be running it on the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 4 as soon as I get my hands on the physical copies on launch day. Conclusion © CDProjekt Red_MesXP Cyberpunk 2077 has already set a new standard for open-world role-playing games and immersion in my opinion. It is the most detailed world I’ve ever come across that gives GTA V a run for its money and may have just set a template for future games to come. If you were to ask me my current score, I would give it a 9/10, keeping one point in reserve in case I come across any game-breaking bug or because of an unsatisfactory ending. View the full article
  21. It's finally happening! We've finally entered Cyberpunk 2077's launch week, which means we'll finally be able to play the game that's been in the making for almost a decade now. We're usually pumped to play all the new games but Cyberpunk 2077 is special; so we want to make sure everyone's prepared and ready to enter the Night City without any issues. Here are a few ways in which you can prepare for the game's big release on December 10 - 1. Be Ready With A Good RigCyberpunk 2077 is releasing across a bunch of different platforms on Day 1, making it very accessible. While console players are set for playing it without any issues, PC players need to make sure they have a good rig to handle the game. View the full article
  22. This year's most anticipated game, Cyberpunk 2077, is coming out very soon. December 10 is the official release date and it's only a matter of days before we get our hands on the game and experience it. There's already a lot of hype surrounding the game and CD Projekt Red has collaborated with various manufacturers to build up the hype. There's a slew of cyberpunk-themed items that you can buy right now in the anticipation of the game and show your support. Here's a quick look at some of them - Note: Most of these products aren't readily available in India but you'll easily be able to import them. Just keep an eye on the prices as they keep fluctuating. OnePlus 8T Cyberpunk Edition © OnePlus This is perhaps one of the best-limited edition items you can buy right now. It's the classic OnePlus 8T dripped in Cyberpunk aesthetics. It's got great textures and screams quality from every angle. It also comes with a cool case and some Cyberpunk 2077 stickers. It's not available in India, at least not yet, but you can grab one for $849 and import it from the global market. Secretlab Titan Gaming Chair © Secretlabs If you're looking for a new gaming chair to complete that Cyberpunk setup then the Secretlab Titan gaming chair would be a perfect addition. It's a tad bit expensive but there's nothing like it. It's also a great chair so you're not just buying it for the aesthetics. Limited Edition Cyberpunk 2077 Xbox One © XBOX The limited-edition Cyberpunk 2077 Xbox One bundle is available to buy in India from Amazon for Rs 43,000. We don't recommend buying this unless you really want it for the limited edition value. That's because Xbox One is the last gen's console and you can get an Xbox Series X or S now in India. Razer Viper Ultimate - Cyberpunk Edition © Razor Razer Viper Ultimate is one of the best gaming mice you can buy right now. If you're looking to upgrade your setup for Cyberpunk 2077 then might grab this limited edition mouse and flaunt it while you're playing the game. In addition to the ones mentioned above, you can buy a ton of other items like Cyberpunk 2077 Rockstar Energy cans, Samurai jacket, and more. We suggest you keep an eye on Cyberpunk 2077's socials to learn more about them. View the full article
  23. We are inching closer to the December 10 release date of Cyberpunk 2077 and we can't wait for it to come out already. In the meantime, CD Projekt Red has also amped their game's promotions and they have now released a new video showing a really cool feature of the game. In their video, CD Projekt Red wants to show us the super cool photo mode that will be built into Cyberpunk 2077. Photo mode, for those of you who don't know, is an awesome feature that lets you freeze a frame in the game and customize it to your heart's content and come up with a kickass image. A lot of games are now coming out with photo mode so it only makes sense that Cyberpunk 2077 will have it as well. But it looks like CD Projekt Red has outdone pretty much every other studio with their photo mode. It looks robust and we can't wait to try out all the features that it has to offer. The photo mode is also something that should force you to spend more time customizing your character in the game. Cyberpunk 2077 is a first-person game which means you're not going to see a whole lot of your character outside of the cutscenes. But the photo mode is a really cool tool that we can use and show off our character. © CD Projekt Red You can enter the photo mode anytime you want. You'll be able to pause the game, move your character around, try different poses, lighting effects, filters, stickers, and a whole lot more. The video shows off a really cool moment in which you can cause an explosion, enter the photo mode, and play around with different poses to create a stunning image. In a game like Cyberpunk 2077 which is full of rich experiences and beautiful visuals, the photo mode will truly shine. We can't wait to customize our character and use the photo mode to show off. We can already imagine how much time we'll be spending in the photo mode, but it'll be worth it. You can head over to our dedicated Cyberpunk 2077 page to learn more about the game. View the full article
  24. After years of build-up, we're only a few days away from the official release of Cyberpunk 2077. In just 10 days' time, we'll be grinding the game that's been in the making for almost a decade. Cyberpunk 2077 is coming out very soon and we've been learning a lot about it in these final few days leading up to the big release. Now, a Cyberpunk RPG creator has revealed some of the game's best features. Cyberpunk RPG creator Mike Pondsmith has been working with CD Projekt Red as a consultant on Cyberpunk 2077 since the beginning. So naturally, he's bound to know a lot more about the game than anybody outside of CD Projekt Red. 10. Days. Left.#Cyberpunk2077 pic.twitter.com/OLUgHwr3Ln — Cyberpunk 2077 Countdown (@CP2077Countdown) November 30, 2020 When he was asked about the game, he revealed something very special about the Night City. Night City, for those of you who don't know, is the city in which we'll be spending most of the time in the game. Here, what he said - “I walk around. I go where I’m not supposed to go. I stand on street corners … It’s great because there are moments where somebody walks by. And they’re having a real conversation. And I listen in. Just as I would on a real street. I’m thinking, ‘Well, it’s not my business … but it does sound like an interesting story.'” This shows how interactive the city is. The vibrancy and the liveliness of Night City is something that we're super excited to check out. It's also going to be a key part of the game, to say the least. We're also expecting some really good quests, side missions, and other RPG mechanics that'll enable us to get a proper feel for the city as we're playing. © CD Projekt Red As we mentioned earlier, it's only a matter of days before we get our hands on the game and we just can't wait to play it. Be sure to check out our Cyberpunk 2077 page in the meantime in case you want to learn more about it. Source: Kotaku View the full article
  25. Cyberpunk 2077 is right around the corner and it would be an understatement to say that the game is the most anticipated RPG of this decade. While the game is all set to launch on PC, PlayStation and Xbox consoles, it has been met with much hype around the world including India. We haven’t seen so much interest from the Indian gaming community ever since GTA V and it seems like many gamers have gone the extra mile in preparation for the launch of the game. We reached out to some interesting individuals who have been excited about the game’s launch and how they have been preparing themselves for the launch of the game. We came across individuals who have taken 20 days off from work to play the game while some have built themselves powerful PCs to experience the game. Here’s how the Indian gaming community has been prepping themselves for one of the most anticipated games of all time: Koushik Godbole - Mumbai/Bangalore © FacebookKoushik Godbole “My introduction to Cyberpunk 2077 was not when it was announced but during E3 2015. I finished watching Sony's conference and came across the teaser for the game among the recommended section. I watched the video and grew curious to learn more about the developers and the game. The hype surrounding the game was surely there at the time but was not loud enough. It all changed after the 2018's E3. What began as CDPR hacking the Microsoft conference, ended with a new beginning for something that had merely been in people's mind. To think that people like myself and many others across the world are upgrading their PCs and consoles in anticipation of this game, should be proof enough that CDPR has found the formula to create innovative and beautiful games. © Koushik Godbole There sure have been ups and downs along the journey for Cyberpunk 2077, but as Shigeru Miyamoto said "A delayed game is eventually good, but a rushed game is forever bad”. I surely have not been this excited for a game in a long time and went as far as building a new PC and taking a few days off work.” Cosplayers © Sazzorx Creations I came across a pair of Cosplayer artists who recreated costumes of V and Johnny Silverhand based on trailers and whatever we’ve seen so far. Here’s how the duo made costumes from using materials they found in their local markets and why they chose the two specific characters in their own words: V cosplay by Suvasish Das“The Character I'm cosplaying is V, from the upcoming game Cyberpunk 2077. V's Jacket is made out of PU leather, Stickers and logos that were hand-drawn by me using acrylic paint. I bought an olive greenish-brown PU leather sheet from the market and stitched it with my sewing machine. The hardest part was making the collar as there are colour changing LEDs inside the collar. What we made can also be controlled by remote control. There's a sensor and power supply unit back of the jacket which powers the LED collar. You can change to any colour you want by the press of a button on the remote. The Militech handgun is made of EVA foam and chrome and black painted with acrylic. © Instagram_sazzorx The science fiction genre has been always a part of me. So when Cyberpunk 2077 was announced I couldn't help myself. I wanted to cosplay V as I was in love with the jacket design. All the prosthetics, implants, the mantis blade looked so dope. Cyberpunk 2077 will finally let us experience the futuristic dream we always wanted to be part of, I also wanted to write a cyberpunk story which will be based on futuristic India, hopefully, I will complete my story next year.” - Suvasish Das Jhonny Silverhand by Shaurya Shaw“The Character I'm playing is Johnny Silverhand from the upcoming game Cyberpunk 2077. The costume making Process was pretty simple because it only consists of a Vest which in itself is bit complex. I made the base out of foam, added Armour pieces and then covered the whole thing with Black faux leather. The Samurai logo was also hand-painted by me using acrylic colours. As for Johnny Silverhand (literally), I made layers of thin foam and then spray painted on top of it. After that, I added many details like wiring and cables to make it look closest to the in-game model. © instagram_lanius_xc I've always been a fan of the Cyberpunk Genre and watch every show related to the genre like Altered Carbon, Blade Runner or Animes like Alita and Ghost in the shell. And there's something in that genre that exaggerates everything from today's technology such as body modifications and shareable consciousness. These features always excite me. As for Johnny Silverhand, he has become my favourite character simply because I'm a huge fan of Keanu Reeves. Johnny is a legend in the 'Night City' who has a shady love story and also has a mixed sense of morality where one doesn't know if he is a good or a bad guy. He's also a bit crazy, who is a full-on Rockstar mixed with his military past and he will also the main guide of V throughout the game” - Shaurya Shaw Anand Chhibba - New Delhi © Reddit-u_Yeettdydu "I have been looking forward to the Cyberpunk 2077 release this December ever since it was first announced in 2013 as I am a huge fan of RPG games more so of those RPGs that have an insane level of details in their open-world environments. We've had our fair share of open-world games that feel like lived-in environments such as medieval-themed games like Skyrim, Witcher, Dragon Age etc but nothing really major in the modern era. However, there are no games where we have worlds such as the ones depicted in cult classics like the Matrix, Blade Runner, and Robocop. As I grew up watching these movies and seeing technology grow around me, I was sold on the idea of a game where everything in the world will be neon-filled like the world of 'Blade Runner' with full-body augmentations and a world where everyone is a tech-junkie. Cyberpunk 2077 being a CDPR title, we all know how good they are at creating lived-in open worlds (Witcher 3 being the greatest example of this generation); I'm excited to explore the Night City for that very reason. Since this last generation we didn't have our fair share of such lived-in open worlds; ending this generation/starting this generation with such a game would be a great treat for all gamers. I am ready for cyberpunk 2077 and will be diving into the game uninterrupted for 15 days as I have taken off from office work and I am ready to take on the role of V as a street kid in the night city.” Kulein Ethiraj - Bangalore“The first time I’ve heard about the game was from the first gameplay trailer showing the female 'V'. I saw the gameplay and wasn’t impressed with the gameplay as it felt like a generic shooter. I wasn’t much interested in Cyberpunk 2077 until they released a newer trailer. This one got me interested! I started researching more on Cyberpunk 2077 came to know that it’s from the developers behind the Witcher series!. It got me more excited for the game however there was one thing worried me a lot. This was about my current laptop which is on its outdated state. It runs current-gen games at 25 FPS on low settings (Specs :- GTX 860m , intel core i7 4th gen, 8GB RAM) and it made me worried about how the game would run. © Kulein Ethiraj Then CD Projekt showed the trailer having Johnny Silverback played by Keanu Reeves. I was excited and decided to upgrade my laptop to a new one. That’s when Covid 19 ruined my chances. Laptop sales hiked up like crazy and were being sold at insane prices for minimal specifications. I waited till August until I lost my mind and then just decided to get my new laptop (Leigon 5i). It wasn’t the top-tier specifications laptop but it did it got the job done. The jump from 25 to 60 FPS feels so satisfying. Then CD Projekt Red released these night wire episodes which showed incredible reflections. I was so damn excited to get it now also at that time the game was set to release in September. I quickly went to 'Games The Shop' to place my preorder. The best part was a physical copy gives you free physical goodies and an official T-shirt! I always wanted to own official merchandise from games! I immediately hit the preorder button and I am currently waiting for December 10th to finally play as a nomad netrunner in night city!” Cyberpunk 2077 is all set to launch on December 10 for PC, Xbox One, and PS4. You can head on over to our dedicated Cyberpunk 2077 site which features every information about the game including features, news, guides and other useful information. The game is currently available for pre-order on Games The Shop and also comes with a free official Cyberpunk 2077 t-shirt. View the full article
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