From Letters and Numbers to Cyberpunk 2077 Official Gameplay Demo Footage

CD Projekt Red has finally released official gameplay demo footage of Cyberpunk 2077, covering a decent amount of feature and gameplay mechanics, including Quests. The live stream presentation on Steam showcases that the RPG title proves its claims that it is about to be an extravaganza title to experience.

After the 9 hours of weird footage including a combination of numbers, symbols, and letters, we have been finally led to an overwhelming 48 minutes of gameplay footage. No one was certain of CD Projekt Red’s aims. But, after a couple of hours, we’ve been blessed by CD Projekt RED’s actions.

Before we leave you with the trailer, do not try to engrave the presented footage in your mind. As the developer claimed before the beginning of it, it does not represent the final product.

Thanks to CD Projekt RED, we now have first looked over Cyberpunk 2077’s open world, for which is safe to allege that it seems quite incredible. We wouldn’t love to bother you anymore by writing useless sentences regarding the gameplay footage. For now, just take a look at the trailer below, which naturally left me breathless and shocked. The positivity never ends, and boy-o-boy are we ready to travel to the sci-fi open-world of Cyberpunk 2077.

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