Join us on Monday, August 10 at 6PM CEST, at https://t.co/y8iUIM0gBv for episode 2 of Night City Wire! This time we’ll share details about lifepaths, show you the types of weapons you will be using in the game, and discuss Refused’s transformation into SAMURAI! #Cyberpunk2077 pic.twitter.com/n3LFFocbVI
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On Monday, August 10 at 6pm CEST / 9am PT, Night City Wire will offer new details about lifepaths (essentially classes), different weapon types, and the transformation of Refused into Samurai.
CD Projekt Red debuted the first installment of its new ongoing video series, Night City Wire, offering an extended look at Cyberpunk 2077 ahead of its planned launch later this year. And the studio will have more to share shortly.
At the end of the first episode for Night City Wire, CD Projekt Red confirmed the next episode will debut “in just a few weeks,” but did not yet give a specific date. Thankfully, we got a ton of new Cyberpunk 2077 details to hold us over until then, and we also learned about a new Cyberpunk anime for Netflix set to debut in 2022.
Cyberpunk 2077 Night City Wire Screenshots
Along with the first episode of Night City Wire, IGN went hands-on with Cyberpunk 2077 — here’s what we thought after four hours of Cyberpunk 2077 hands-on, and why we can’t wait to keep exploring Cyberpunk 2077’s Night City.
Cyberpunk 2077 was recently delayed until November, with the studio saying, “At the time we are writing these words, Cyberpunk 2077 is finished both content and gameplay-wise. The quests, cutscenes, the skills and items; all the adventures Night City has to offer – it’s all there. But with such an abundance of content and complex systems interweaving with each other, we need to properly go through everything, balance game mechanics and fix a lot of bugs. A huge world means a huge number of things to iron out and we will spend the additional time doing exactly that.”
CD Projekt Red has previously confirmed Cyberpunk 2077 will be coming to next-gen consoles, and will be backward compatible on both PS5 and Xbox Series X.