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Cyberpunk 2077 Official Gamescom 2019 Gameplay Sneak Peek Trailer

CD Projekt RED has released a Gamescom 2019 gameplay teaser trailer for Cyberpunk 2077. This teaser will give you an idea of what you can expect from the gameplay video that will come out during PAX West 2019. The sneak peek trailer shows bikes, fights, hacking, exploration and more.

While NVIDIA claims that this is a Gamescom 2019 trailer, we’ve seen the exact same trailer in E3 2019. So yeah, nothing really new if you have already seen that trailer. On the other hand, if that teaser passed under your radar, you can at least watch it now.

It’s worth noting that the Gamescom 2019 gameplay demo is most likely using real-time ray tracing RTX effects. NVIDIA has shared some screenshots and images, hinting at such a thing. However, I don’t know whether the gameplay video walkthrough that will come out at PAX West 2019 will feature them or not.

PAX West 2019 begins on August 30th and will end on September 2nd. Unfortunately, CD Projekt RED has not clarified when the gameplay video will be made available.

Earlier yesterday, NVIDIA and CD Projekt RED released some brand new screenshots. Therefore, I strongly suggest viewing them, especially if you are die-hard fans of this particular title.

Last but not least, and since we’ve been covering this game extensively these past few months, I strongly suggest browsing our Cyberpunk 2077 stories as you will find a lot of interesting details about this upcoming RPG.

Cyberpunk 2077 will release on April 16th, 2020.

Enjoy!

Cyberpunk 2077 - Gameplay sneak peek Gamescom 2019

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