Cyberpunk 2077 Latest Concept Art Shows the Decayed Remains of Pacifica
Cyberpunk 2077 continues to slowly receive some new details, with today's new offerings coming in the form of concept art of Pacifica.
Despite not yet knowing when the next Night City Wire live stream for Cyberpunk 2077 will occur, CD Projekt Red has been good about giving fans a drip-feed of information leading up to the game’s launch later this year. As of today, that trend has continued.
Over on the official Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter account, new concept art from the game was let loose that shows off the region of Pacifica. As the caption of the tweet states, Pacifica is a region of Night City that was meant to once be a vacation resort but has now essentially become a hell hole. The location is now the safe haven of the gang known as The Voodoo Boys and the region runs rampant with violence.
Pacifica could’ve been Night City’s money-making vacation resort, but once the investment dried up it became a husk left to rot. Now, instead of tourists, the district is overrun by gangs and violence, with The Voodoo Boys protecting the community forsaken by NCPD. #ConceptArt pic.twitter.com/3gjoKzHJvE
— Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) July 27, 2020
In total, CD Projekt Red released two new pieces of concept art showing off Pacifica and gave players a better idea as to what the locale will look like. Much like the rest of Night City, Pacific boasts a seedy underbelly that has been left to its own dismay. It’s a grimy location, but one that looks like it will be interesting to explore as V.
As for what Pacifica will look like in-game, well, we’ve actually already been given a glimpse of the suburb. In a gameplay video that was released last year, CD Projekt gave us a look at Pacifica from Cyberpunk 2077 to better familiarize us with the home of The Voodoo Boys. You can find this video attached down below.
Cyberpunk 2077 is set to launch later this year on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Free upgraded versions to both the PS5 and Xbox Series X will also be coming about, too, with a Stadia edition releasing down the road.