Cyberpunk 2077 E3 Trailer Explained By CD Projekt RED

Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the games that everyone is looking forward to and while we do not have a release date for the game, fans want to know as much as possible about the game. Cyberpunk 2077 E3 trailer has been explained by CD Projekt RED and the following is what the developers have to say about Cyberpunk 2077:

“Night City holds just as many stories as it does citizens, and almost every scene in the E3 2018 trailer tells a story of its own. The E3 2018 trailer is a result of hard work of the entire development team at CD PROJEKT RED and is based on concept art done over the years. Every scene is rendered in-engine and offers a great glimpse into the lives of people in Night City.”

So everything that we have seen in the trailer is rendered in the engine. That is an interesting piece of information to know. Other than that we also know that it has taken years of design in order to create the short clip that we saw at E3 2018. There is a lot of work done on the game and that is pretty clear in the trailer as well.

“Night City is an independent megacity in the Free State of California, run by corporations. While geographically still in the territory of United States of America, it falls completely outside of California and the US law. Over the years, it’s been fractured by corporation conflicts and gang wars. Those caught in-between, desperately try to survive, as riots and violence take over the city,”

Here we find out that the game is based in the US and the fictional city is inspired by actual places as well. The city also has some reference as to where it is in the real world. This is very interesting indeed. Other than that, even though the city is in the US, the normal laws don’t hold there. This could also be an interesting aspect of the game.

If you are interested in learning more about the game then be sure to check out the blog series from the devs.

Let us know what you think about Cyberpunk 2077 and whether or not you are excited about the game.