Cyberpunk 2077 looks jam-packed full of heavily augmented gangsters, cybernetic enhancements, holograms, seedy bars, robot fights, and so much more.
We don't have any information on availability just yet, but it certainly looks like CD Projekt RED could have another huge hit on their hands.
Despite being only a cinematic trailer, all of the clips shown in the trailer are captured from the in-game engine, which is damn impressive.
The trailer of Cyberpunk 2077 begins with the narrator talking about the fact that the game is set in the US in the year 2077.
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Still no release date though, so we really don't know how the game is but the tone of this trailer is way lighter than the teaser that we saw last time.
It turns out that previous reports were correct, and that to cap off Microsoft's E3 press conference today, CD Projekt RED has finally unveiled a more extended glimpse into the world of its next game, Cyberpunk 2077.
"In 2077, they voted my city the worst place to live in America", the narrator tells us as we see a montage of futuristic scenes.