CD Projekt RED confirmed recently via Twitter that the highly anticipated Cyberpunk 2077 is going to make an appearance at this year’s E3 event. The interesting thing about this is that the game developer has started releasing more information about the game ever since and now, we just got a new video called “Creating Cyberpunk”. The video is uploaded on YouTube and we have linked it down below for everyone to check it out.
Creating Cyberpunk 2077
The new video from CD Projekt Red starts with Marcin Iwinski telling everyone that last year’s E3 event was a really stressful time. He knew that Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the world’s most highly anticipated games and the standards bar is raised really high. Fortunately, the 50-minute gameplay footage that CD Projekt Red released was a success and it managed to get players even more hyped up about the game than they previously were.
Moving from the Witcher Universe
The first thing that fans of the games made by CD Projekt RED will notice is that the video is narrated by Geralt of Rivia, the White Wolf himself. The narrator puts emphasis on the fact that Cyberpunk 2077 is the first time that CD Projekt RED moves in a different direction than the Witcher gaming universe and why this is so important to the company.
Changing the Gaming Industry
The new video shows lots of exciting gameplay footage from Cyberpunk 2077 but the most interesting thing about it is the way the lead developers talk about the game. They know that the expectations for Cyberpunk 2077 are at an all-time high and that they need to deliver. Not only that, but the lead developers were not afraid to say that the new game is going to change everyone’s perception about what games can do with its incredible story and multitude of important choices that players will make in the game.
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