Published: Sun, March 10, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Cyberpunk 2077 Dev Explains Why It Doesn't Show Much Of The Game

Cyberpunk 2077 Dev Explains Why It Doesn't Show Much Of The Game

More specifically, it's Doug Cockle, the voice of Geralt of Rivia, telling us that.

EA has told reporters that they will not be holding their annual press conference at E3 this year, but they will still be attending.

KitGuru Says: I'll be looking forward to seeing more of Cyberpunk 2077 at E3, although I do hope that we'll get some idea as to when to expect the game, even if it is a vague launch window. Beyond that, it is set in a parallel timeline, giving CD Projekt Red a lot of freedom when it comes to story content.

Seems like the team is proud of how many fans are waiting for the game. Perhaps this allows players to identify with him.

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According to the end of the video, work on the game is "far from over", but it's still coming - "when it's ready".

There are a few bits that we know about the game. "One of the biggest, my favorite feature of the series is nonlinearity, when the decision of the player in the first act can lead to a completely different second act".

Level designer Miles Tost then went to explain why they have been keeping everything behind the curtains.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was the debut game on the PlayStation and has gone from a relatively linear environment of the first two games to adventure in an open world, and the quality of application was not injured. The developers working on the game have revealed that the game will be released somewhere between 2017 and 2021.

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