News concerning CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2017 has been relatively slow, yet recently, a simple tweet revitalized hype and speculation for the game: *beep*. This simple tweet implies so much, but reveals so little, that members of the fanbase may be desperately clamoring for something more. Now, leaked information has become available detailing the current status of the game.
In the video, the November 2017 reveal that Cyberpunk 2077’s engine was up and running is mentioned, but further developed by a source at Sony stating that it has received a PS4 test demo of the game. This bit of information suggests two things: the game is in a somewhat playable state, and it may be playable on the PlayStation 4. However, just because information suggests it is in a playable state, this does not mean a release will occur soon.
The source at Sony stated that Cyberpunk 2077 is not a 2018 game and could still take another year or two to finally finish. While the wait, which is currently about five years in length, seems lofty, gamers can expect a fully polished game that is not greedy like other major titles. This bit of news makes the wait seem worthwhile, so check out the video here:
Moreover, the video recaps recent news and speculates on the future of Cyberpunk 2077. With the game reportedly in a playable state, the team may very well be in a full production mode, meaning its huge marketing campaign may launch soon. The *beep* may have very well been the beginning of that, but regardless, it seems likely that gamers will hear info on something such as classes, history, or Cyberpunk 2077‘s online component at E3 2018
While developing Cyberpunk 2077 has cost more than the Witcher 3, it is rewarding to hear that the developer has full faith in the game. Gamers have waited this long for the game, so hearing that information may soon begin ramping up may be a relief to those awaiting this highly-anticipated game.
Cyberpunk 2077 currently has no official release date or specific platform.