Cyberpunk 2077 closed gameplay presentations may become public at PAX West

If you firmly remember, Cyberpunk 2077 demo gameplay has been ongoing strictly behind closed doors without leaking anything to the public. Well, it appears that after its reveal at E3 2019, following the next event at PAX West, there may be a huge surprise. Cyberpunk 2077 may finally reveal the mysteries hidden within those private demo presentations.

Night City will probably become available to the public for the first time in years. Keanu Reeves may also be a part of the journey. PAX West participants will get their hands on a fresh gameplay demo maintained within a public environment. Being available to everyone, we do believe that PAX West will be swarmed of people with only one intention, to try our Cyberpunk 2077.

Yes, everything will be showcased online, but it’s just not the same feeling compared to real life experience. Booking a flight may be the way to go, but only if stronger evidence surfaces in the following period. Marcin Momot, global community lead for CD Projekt Red has discovered that an open reveal is about to happen.

With a concrete solid and narrative-driven gameplay, Cyberpunk 2077 is arguably one of the most popular games scheduled to release in 2020. 2020 is probably the year of gaming, as multiple gaming and streaming services are preparing to launch and enhance the gaming industry. To satisfy gamer’s fidelity, each one of the services will offer a cutting edge experience, contributing for a much more fluid and exciting gameplay adventure.

Overall, Cyberpunk 2077 is expected to be a top-notch product, as it has already achieved the TOP of the selling charts both on Steam and GoG. Cyberpunk 2077 is coming out on April 16, 2020.

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