After nearly three months of waiting, fans who want to watch Cyberpunk 2077 can finally do it. CD Project Red, the acclaimed developer of The Witcher series, has released the gameplay demo, which was first shown behind closed doors at E3 and then again at Gamescom. It consists of a 48-minute view of the role-play of the first person, and as was the case with his private screenings, it remains extremely impressive. But why did CD Projekt Red wait so long to share the video?
Exactly this topic is addressed by Adam Badowski, the editor-in-chief and studio chief of CD Project Red, in a press release accompanied by the release of the trailer. "What we release today was recorded by a game in development," he explained. "Since most of the assets and mechanics are most likely to be changed in the current version of Cyberpunk 2077, we've decided to only show this gameplay to the media ̵
Some of these concerns could stem from the complaints about how the final release of The Witcher 3 was downgraded from the earlier previews we've gotten the game. However, despite the concerns, CD Project Red has apparently decided to bring Cyberpunk 2077's first gameplay to the table – though it warns that the end product could be different in a number of ways.
"However, we also know that many of you want to see what the media has seen," said Badowski. "Although this is unlikely to be the same game you'll see on your screen when we first started, we decided to share this 48-minute video with you, that's what Cyberpunk looks like 2077 today. what you think about it! " 19659002] You can see the full gameplay video above; It shows numerous parts of the game, including combat, dialogue and the ability to improve your character. We also look at Night City, the sprawling metropolis that serves as the backdrop for Cyberpunk 2077.
Unfortunately, there is no release date for the Cyberpunk 2077 for CD Project Red, though we now have gameplay for everyone. Whatever it may be, it's not early enough.