Cyberpunk 2077 Official Trailer



Watch Cyberpunk 2077 Official Trailer

Cyberpunk 2077 is being released on December 10. As a result, a serious effort is being made to maintain the hype for the long-awaited title. For proof, look no further than the new trailers, which serves as an excellent introduction to what interested individuals can expect from it.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Cyberpunk 2077 is a cyberpunk title. For those who are unfamiliar, cyberpunk is focused on the combination of low-lives with high-tech. Naturally, this means that cyberpunk settings tend to be less than optimistic, particularly when it comes to the ways that mega-corporations and other powerful institutions will make use of futuristic techniques and technologies.





As such, it should come as no surprise to learn that Cyberpunk 2077 starts out with an excellent example of such shenanigans. In short, the protagonist V winds up with the digital ghost of a rock-star named Johnny Silverhand in their head, which is rather concerning because said individual has been presumed dead ever since he went missing while raiding a mega-corporation during the middle of a shooting war decades ago. Something that provides enormous incentive for the protagonist V to find out what is going on no matter how the player chooses to play them.

The trailers cover more than just narrative for Cyberpunk 2077. Interested individuals can also get a good look at the tools that they will be using to solve problems in the cyberpunk setting. One example would be violence, which can be expressed through gunfire as well as close quarters combat. Another example would be stealth, which comes hand-in-hand with hacking in this particular title. Of course, interested individuals don’t need to choose between the two. Instead, they can go with whatever mix suits them the best.

Currently, Cyberpunk 2077 is expected to come out on the PC, the PS4, the Xbox One, and the Google Stadia. There will be optimized versions for both the PS5 and the Xbox Series X. However, they aren’t expected until 2021.

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