CD Projekt Red has confirmed that they will be showing the gameplay of their long-awaited sci-fi game Cyberpunk 2077 at the upcoming E3 event. Unfortunately, though, attendees will not be able to play and experience the game. Still, we’re happy that we’re finally going to see some action within the game.
The news was confirmed by the studio’s Global Community Lead, Marcin Momot in a Twitter post. According to him, the team will host gameplay presentations but not demos at the said event.
Momot also said that they will feature different showings for Cyberpunk 2077, including show floor demos behind closed doors. But all event attendees will have the chance to see the gameplay demos at CD Projekt Red’s booth.
CD Projekt Red President and CEO Adam Kiciński also said that this year’s E3 is going to be the most important event for the studio. He says that they have prepared to show only the best.
Aside from that, the studio also confirmed that they will be releasing two AAA titles in 2021, one of them being Cyberpunk 2077. The other one is still unannounced, which fans are hoping to be another Witcher game. CD Projekt Red has said in a past interview about their plans to create another game in the Witcher universe at some point, but that fans should not expect for a Witcher 4.
For now, though, all our attention is focused on Cyberpunk 2077. The game has been in development for long, with its release being delayed due to various reasons. We’re glad that the fans are finally going to see what the game has in store for its future players.
Cyberpunk 2077 is an upcoming RPG video game adapted from the table-top game Cyberpunk 2020. It is scheduled to launch in 2021 for Microsoft Windows gaming PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.