At the June 11, 2020 CD Projekt Red starts an event around Cyberpunk 2077. The official Twitter channel has just announced this with the simple words "Get Ready!" But what is behind the event called "Night City Wire"?
Night City Wire is part of the Summer Game Fest
Night City Wire is an event as part of Geoff Keighley's Summer Game Fest – a replacement event for the canceled E3 2020 of numerous video game developers and publishers.
The television emoji in the tweet suggests that the studio at least for this occasion a live broadcast plans, where you will learn more about the role play of the Witcher makers that will be released on September 17th.
GET READY !? pic.twitter.com/eqQ3hMCOmA
– Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) May 5, 2020
What will we see from Cyberpunk 2077?
The game itself is already finished. The team is currently only working on things like technical polishing and bug fixing. Accordingly, it is not unlikely that you will attend the event new material to see Cyberpunk 2077.
We could imagine the following to prepare for the release of the role-playing game on September 17, 2020:
- New trailer: At E3 2020 – which was once planned for the same period – there would most likely have been a new trailer. It could now appear as part of Night City Wire.
- New gameplay: CDPR could show us new completely connected gameplay scenes in which they introduce further quests, characters, augmentations and weapons.
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Do we get a playable demo?
The US moderator and industry insider Geoff Keighley started the Summer Game Fest as a digital fair with the aim of presenting gaming fans all over the world with new material or even completely new games – if they cannot attend the fairs personally.
For example, as part of the Steam Games Festival from June 9th to 14th Access to new video game demos
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A leak from the Brazilian age rating recently revealed new information about the game. As can be seen from them, Cyberpunk 2077 will be "very dark". Even things like mutilation, suicide and sexual exploitation should be discussed. CD Projekt warned in advance that the game is aimed at an adult audience and will deal with serious issues.
Despite the corona pandemic, the release is still for the September 17, 2020 planned. And although some German developers have doubts that CDPR can meet this deadline, the developer studio has assured that there will be no second postponement.