Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the most anticipated games and fans are eager to know more about it. While developer CD Projekt Red won’t be revealing much about the game but the studio has confirmed that Cyberpunk 2077 will feature support for ultrawide displays.
Ultrawide displays are the ones with the aspect ratio of 21:9 and usually developers skip the support for Ultrawide monitors for the PC versions.
However, CD Projekt Red seems to take full advantage of the PC hardware by supporting Ultrawide displays for Cyberpunk 2077.
This doesn’t come as a surprise that Cyberpunk 2077 will be supporting Ultrawide monitors since The Witcher 3 also launched with the support for Ultrawide.
While the game did support it in gameplay, however, the cutscenes in the game and the conversations didn’t support Ultrawide for some reason.
We are hopeful that CD Projekt Red will not leave the ultrawide support behind for cutscenes and conversations in the upcoming Cyberpunk 2077. However, until that game releases, we will have to do with CD Projekt Red’s word on the matter.
Speaking of the game, with the upcoming title the studio is leaving behind the medieval setting of The Witcher games and is going full sci-fi.
The Witcher 3 features one of the best video game soundtracks and Cyberpunk 2077 will be no exception as the studio has noted that the game’s soundtrack will feature the best of both worlds.
We’re marrying “Cyber” with “Punk” – these are our two main pillars for music direction. “Cyber” centers around the sonic texture of the score – our sound palette is raw, dirty, synthesized, sometimes even futuristic. “Punk” is all about the attitude of music – rebellious, ballsy and impulsive.
Given that the upcoming title is an RPG, it will support a number of play styles as every player plays differently and CD Projekt Red has confirmed stealth mechanics and bending bullets for the game.
Not only that, the game also features a fluid system that will allow players to hack other people’s brain which could pitentially open different opportunities for players during gameplay.
Cyberpunk 2077 is a first-person action RPG in development at CD Projekt Red for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. No release date has been announced for the game yet.