CD Projekt RED Releases New Cyberpunk 2077 Details, Release By H1 2019

Some Cyberpunk 2077 details have been revealed by CD Projekt Red and it's mostly about the release. You shouldn't expect the game before 2019.

CD Projekt RED, the developers of the Witcher games, have said that they are looking for a large number of different employees to help them develop Cyberpunk 2077, which is apparently supposed to be released by the first half of 2019. The game has recently gotten a money grant from the Polish government.

The grant is intended to help the studio develop new technologies and ways to make the Cyberpunk 2077 universe come to life, and with the way that CD Projekt RED did something like The Witcher 3 with its own money, who knows what they’ll be able to accomplish with a government grant.

Each of the different categories in the parts of the game covered by the grand all require a large amount of new talent to help with: Seamless multiplayer, cinematic feel, animation excellence, and city creation are all going to be a part of the game. Considering the game will likely take place entirely in one futuristic city, all of this is going to be very important in terms of development.

We’ve heard various things about Cyberpunk 2077 from CD Projekt RED already, including everything from futuristic vehicles to flying cars to the city and more. Seamless multiplayer is also extremely important considering that it appears like the game may also have cross-platform multiplayer, meaning that the game’s multiplayer will have o be very solid to allow gamers to play together.

While we haven’t gotten any real details about Cyberpunk 2077, the possibility of it releasing in the first half of 2019 at least gives us the possibility of a rough date to expect for the game’s release. Since the game’s announcement trailer released back in 2013 and we’ve had no info since then, CD Projekt RED finally starting work on the game will hopefully allow it to be the best game the studio has put out yet.

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