The official Twitter account of Cyberpunk 2077 shows signs of activity after a four-year hiatus

It’s been more than four years since the release of the announcement CG trailer for Cyberpunk 2077. And from the looks of it, CD Projekt RED will reveal more about its cyberpunk game in 2018. After a four-year hiatus, the official Twitter account of Cyberpunk 2077 has shown signs of activity.

We know that a lot of our readers are interesting in Cyberpunk 2077 so there you have it. 2018 will most likely be the year in which CD Projekt RED will reveal more about it.

Cyberpunk 2077 promises to be an ambitious RPG for mature audience that is set in year 2077. The game will take place in a sandbox environment of a vivid and detailed night city and will feature a multi-thread story. In addition, the game will feature advanced RPG mechanics that will be based on pen&paper RPG system and will be upgraded to the 2077 setting.

From what we know so far, Cyberpunk 2077 will feature visuals that will be close to the announcement trailer. CD Projekt RED claimed back in 2013 that the announcement trailer represents the quality of the in-game visuals that the game will feature. This could either mean that the art style will be similar or the quality of the in-game graphics will come close to it (our guess is the former).

CD Projekt RED’s Balazs Torok and Krzysztof Krzyscin claimed that Cyberpunk 2077 will be a mix of FPP and TPP (meaning that the game will most likely support both first-person and third-person perspectives).

Back in 2016, CD Projekt RED stated that it was focusing on the development of Cyberpunk 2077, and in March 2017 the company revealed that the game was in full production and in an advanced development stage.

The last we heard about Cyberpunk 2077 was in November 2017 when CD Projekt RED announced that the engine powering the game was up and running.

Stay tuned for more!

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