CD Projekt RED Confirms Cyberpunk 2077 Polish Version

The makers of The Witcher series, CD Projekt RED, have their newest title in the works and based on what the fans have experienced in the Witcher series, they are very much confident that Cyberpunk 2077 will not stray far from the awesomeness. That said, the developers have recently confirmed the Cyberpunk 2077 Polish Version.

A lot of fans especially polish fans have been asking around, whether or not there is going to be a Cyberpunk 2077 Polish Version. Fortunately, in a response to this question, it has been confirmed that this game will definitely have a full polish language dubbing.

CD Projekt Red answered this query on the official Facebook profile of Cyberpunk 2077. The question was addressed in polish language, that simply asked, will there be a fully Polish language version? to which the studio confirmed the polish version.

Having said that, among the latest details revealed, we also came to know that the flying cars that we have been seeing in the game trailers, gameplay, and artwork, we will not be able to control them. There were rumors which seem to suggest so but it appears to be that those rumors, have now been debunked.

There is still a little upside to those flying cars, according to the studio’s level designer Max Pears, although you won’t be able to control those flying cars, you will be using them for missions in the game.

Talking about the flying cars, it got us thinking about Ciri from The Witcher series. If you remember, Ciri was teleported to another dimension in The Witcher and upon her return, she described the place where she came from, which also had flying cars. So was this the same place?

So will she be making an entry in this upcoming game as well? Apparently, the game director is very much irritated by this question, but he did address this question. Let’s just say the hope is not dead, for now.

At the moment, Cyberpunk 2077 does not have a specific release date, and for now what we know is that it is probably aiming to roll out on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.