Here are 26 minutes of leaked gameplay footage from the latest Cyberpunk 2077 Italian Demo [Off-Camera]

Last month, we shared two videos from the PGA2019 demo of Cyberpunk 2077. And today, we have for you a new video from the game’s Italian demo, showing 26 minutes of gameplay footage. However, do note that this is off-camera footage.

Now to be honest, I don’t really understand why gamers are so interested in these leaked gameplay videos. I wasn’t planning to publish an article about but after receiving numerous emails, I’ve decided to share it with the rest of you.

This Cyberpunk 2077 demo is the same with the one that CD Projekt RED presented at E3 2019 (and Gamescom 2019). The only new thing here is the Italian voices. So, if you’ve already seen that E3 2019 gameplay video, there is nothing new to watch here. Therefore, I suggest watching the 14-minute Deep Dive video that CD Projekt RED released back in August. Okay okay, theoretically there might be some scenes that were not in the E3 2019/Gamescom 2019 video, but still.

Cyberpunk 2077 is an RPG that will mainly feature first-person cut-scenes. While there will be some rare third-person cut-scenes, all of the conversations will be in first-person perspective. Moreover, CD Projekt RED recently confirmed that it will add a multiplayer mode via a post-launch update.

The game will be also using real-time ray tracing, and promises to be a tech showcase. For instance, the game will have advanced shadow effects from long range shadows and contact shadows, to new Houdini physics simulations for particle effects, fluids, cloth, and more.


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