In 2018, the developer of Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt RED released a long gameplay video. According to Mateusz Tomaszkiewicz, which is the Quest Director of the game, it seems that Cyberpunk 2077 will be quite different than what was shown in last year’s demo.
What we know so far about Cyberpunk 2077
The much-anticipated game is going to be a first-person RPG with an open-world area, and as you probably know already, Cyberpunk 2077 will provide players with numerous ways to complete missions.
This narrative-driven role-playing game will be set in the universe of Cyberpunk 2020. So far, everything that we knew about the game has remained the same. So what will be different than what we’ve seen in the demo?
How will the final Cyberpunk 2077 game be like?
We definitely hope that the upcoming game will be even more spectacular than its E3 2018 build. Based on what Tomaszkiewicz has recently mentioned, the Polish company is working on many things that they haven’t shared with us yet, and soon we should finally have a better idea about what to expect from the game.
This is what Mateusz Tomaszkiewicz told AreaJugones: “We are constantly polishing and thinking how to make the game more interesting, how to make the gameplay cooler and, well, the demo shown last year was only a small fragment of the actual game. There wasn’t a clear picture of how the game fits into an open world or how it fits into a larger image of the game. So, there is much stuff that we didn’t show yet, and there are many things that we are still working on. I would say that the game is pretty different from what we showed last year, but there are many details that we are currently working on.”
It looks like a few of the E3 2018 missions may not be the same as what was shown. This means that you should expect to see a couple of visual or graphical differences. After all, the demo that was presented last year was only showing a small part of the upcoming Cyberpunk 2077 game.
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