Cyberpunk 2077, a game which has been on everybody’s mind from the day it was revealed, and it is predicted that it will shape the new era of open-world games. The first gameplay went live, and fans went gaga over it. Obviously, the hype is huge, and you can expect from CD Projekt RED’s titles considering the fact that its games are of top-notch and generally bags most of the awards.
The first gameplay looks absolutely stunning but, there are certain issues which had to be addressed by the official team. Despite the high-quality graphics, fans were worried over the fact that the graphics may deteriorate. Fans faced this issues during the time of ‘The Wither 3,’ and while it kind of sounds obsolete but, we just can’t strike the same possibility off the charts. So, regarding this, the official team addressed which you don’t want to miss.
Cyberpunk 2077: Demo is not the final work:
Miles Tost, the level design developer said that the demo gameplay which was released earlier was taken from the game when it was still in development. Since it was under progress, there was no particular decision about the designs as it was subjected to change anytime in the future, so they were hesitant to release the footage because then fans would perceive it as a final piece and any change in the actual product will prove to be problematic. So, Miles cleared the confusion and said that since the work isn’t over, the final game could change a lot but, they won’t be rolling out until they are satisfied.
He also said that they would be trying to keep the duration of the game to the certain extent where players could enjoy, and they will avoid any unnecessary missions or contents just to increase the duration. If the content fits in their story in a meaningful manner, then they’d definitely try to add it.
The official release date of Cyberpunk 2077 is yet to be revealed but, rumors suggest that it might be released in the mid of 2019, probably in June or July. Stay tuned for more updates on Cyberpunk 2077.