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CD Projekt Red shows off Trailer for CyberPunk 2077

January 10, 2013 / 7:36 PM

By: Will Thompson


From the people who brought you The Witcher comes this dystopian technological world known as CyberPunk 2077. A world in which humanity didn’t solve any problems only created more. It’s a grim vision of a future where technology has begun to decay society. New inventions led to addictions and poverty became an even larger problem.

While very few details have been released about Cyberpunk 2077 itself. Game creator Mike Pondsmith has revealed that his vision for the game is to be an open world, sandbox-style. Where the player can experience any of the games environments at their own discretion and witness just how mad the technology driven world has become. To give players the ability to not only go along with the given story line of the game but to adapt easily with a “gigantic arsenal” of weapons, upgrades, implants, and high-tech gadgets that reflect over 50 years of technological advancement.

Even with the open world sandbox style, and the unlimited potential of enhancements and weapons. The game is said to feature an advanced RPG system liken to that of a pen-and-paper role playing game. Which should give players full control over their character allowing them to pick and choose how they want to play the game.

Even with all these little juicy morsels of information there is no word on when CyberPunk 2077 is set to release or even the platform it will be slated for.

Update: CyberPunk 2077 is a part of a long line of games.

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A gaming enthusiast since the age of 2, Will has grown up on classic game series such as The Legend of Zelda, Final Fantasy, and Mega Man. Classically trained in art and game design, he has used his design skills to question various elements in the games he plays.

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