News about Cyberpunk 2077 keep on growing, and everyone is losing their minds. There’s no release date, we all know that it will come “when it’s ready,” as the dev team puts it nicely in the game’s twitter page.
And talking about Twitter, we spotted last week the Valentine’s Day photo of a cyber bounty hunter using a rifle to “shoot” people as Cupid does with his arrows. On the scope of the rifle and the rifle people noticed a few numbers and started speculation on the release date – here is the entire article.
But before that, Cyberpunk replied to a gamer, hinting towards a major part of the game missing. And honestly, everyone wants it this way:
Micro what? pic.twitter.com/TA6hXN8XBL
— Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) February 4, 2019
As for the other thing we won’t see in Cyberpunk 2077 aside from microtransactions, it’s the Battle Royale mode which has been introduced in many favorite games since PUBG and Fortnite made it a trend. You get to play the mode in games like Red Dead Redemption 2, Call of Duty Black Ops 4, and a few more.
However, Cyberpunk 2077 will not add this feature to the game – and we see why. Maybe nobody knows how popular the mode will be when the game gets launched. Meanwhile, CD Projekt Red is heading in a different direction with Cyberpunk 2077, which by the sound of it, it’s the best approach.
Writing about the places players can purchase the game, CD Projekt Red stated that the game would not be an Epic Games Store. They are also developing it for all major consoles, and speculations have it that it should be released sometime this year.
On their Twitter, they also teased a few other things like companion characters that will be your sidekicks. Will we see a multiplayer in Cyberpunk 2077? We can only wait for a few more teasing from the devs or be patient until this year’s E3.
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