A couple of weeks ago, a lot of Cyberpunk 2077-related material has been scattered all over the Internet. From a livestream with CD Projekt Red, to several videos of YouTubers’ actual play experience, gamers were treated to a lot of Cyberpunk content and no one was complaining.
One of the things that went up was a new trailer a couple of weeks ago. The trailer features new footage showcasing the world, characters, story, and action of Cyberpunk 2077. It gives players a fresh look into the dark future setting that is Night City, and the beginnings of the mercenary career of V — the ambitious, cyber-enhanced outlaw players will be stepping into the shoes of later this year.
The trailer seems to start the story at the main character’s beginning; Dex and the rest of your crew are given a job to grab a biochip from one of the biggest tech corporations in Night City: Arasaka. From how the trailer plays out, you and your crew don’t really make things low key. With all the guns and moves you will learn while playing the game, things are going to get loud and bloody.
After that, it seems like the plan will go sideways at some point and suddenly, you’re left out in the cold and its every synthetic being for himself. When it comes to games where you play part of the underworld, getting double crossed seems like a regular occurrence.
We’re treated to a few characters we’re familiar with from past playthroughs that CD Projekt Red has put out for Cyberpunk 2077, including Johnny Silverhand, Keanu Reeve’s character. With the November release date coming up fast, it’s great for developers to push out more content like this to keep fans interested.
Meanwhile, Studio Trigger, the makers of Kill La Kill and Gurren Lagan among other iconic anime, have partnered with CD Projekt Red and Netflix to bring Night City and her colorful cast of inhabitants to full animated glory.
Cyberpunk 2077 will release November 19th, 2020, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, with the version for Google Stadia set to launch the same year. The game will also be playable on Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 consoles when available. At a later date, a free upgrade to Cyberpunk 2077, taking full advantage of next-gen hardware, will become available for owners of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions respectively.