For many gamers, Cyberpunk 2077 is the most anticipated game of the decade.
Created by the renowned studio CD Projekt Red, the RPG title aims to bring a breath of fresh air to the genre and implement new gameplay elements that should surprise a large number of players.
It is no surprise to find out that hundreds of thousands of players would to almost anything to try the game before it is released. While some dreamed that an open beta could be offered the chances are quite slim, as the developer stated that it would not offer early access to the game, nor even an open beta weekend.
In 2018 a fan used asked on a social network if there will be a way to play the game before launch, and the answer was no. The studio has retained the same stance on the topic, and it is quite clear that it won’t budge in the long run.
Cyberpunk 2077 at PAX Australia
Australian gamers may have some luck as CDPR has announced that the game will make several appearances during the event, which is scheduled to take place between October 11 and October 13.
The Facebook page of the game has been quite active in recent months, and a large number of images have been released. The latest set of images showcases one of the dangerous areas in the game, known as Pacifica.
One of the main traits which make the game quite attractive is the ability to handle a quest in several ways. A player who prefers a direct approach may opt to engage enemies directly by attacking them. On the other hand, a more tactical player may decide to use dialogue in an attempt to attract goodwill.
CDPR has stated that the game world will be even bigger than the one featured in the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, the previous masterpiece released by the studio.