Cyberpunk 2077 Physical Bonuses Leak Seemingly Confirmed By E3 Promo Art
CD Projekt Red's physical and digital gifts for Cyberpunk 2077 seem more plausible, following photos of similar promotional art at E3 2019
Much of Cyberpunk 2077 is still shrouded in mystery, whether we are talking about the release date, story, and whether it will light the gaming world on fire in the same way The Witcher 3 managed to. And among an avalanche of leaks yesterday afternoon, a questionable image showed some packed in gifts with CD Projekt Red’s next game. And while it’s fair to take this with a grain of salt, promotional art from E3 seems to confirm the rumor.
Posted yesterday afternoon, a ResetEra user vestan shared a photo from a “friend” which shows the alleged cover art and the physical and digital bonuses that you can expect to get with a copy of Cyberpunk 2077:
Two things can be noted from the “leak” — everything is written in polish, and the publisher is CD Projekt (instead of the global publisher, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment). If this is a true image of the physical bonuses, this would all check out; CD Projekt is publishing physically in Poland. This is either a very well-crafted false leak or the truth.
For those of you who can’t read Polish and don’t want to go through the hassle of Google Translating, here are the packed in bonuses:
- Map of Night City
- Postcards of Night City
- Cyberpunk 2077 Stickers
- A Compendium of Knowledge on the game
- In-game Soundtrack
- Guide of Cyberpunk 2020 (the pen and paper game)
- Digital Wallpaper
None of this sounds out of the ordinary so far, which is a solid sign for the veracity.
With that said, the biggest co-opting force to help confirm this leak is the promotional artwork found at the Los Angeles Convention Center where E3 is being held. As captured by a Reddit user, you can see the same promotional artwork being used to advertise the game:
Does this prove that this leak is true? Not directly — there is always the chance that someone privy to knowledge about the artwork (either working with a third-party or contractor) made a convinceable mockup. But it is starting to seem more-likely-than-not.
Either way, the promotional material bodes well for some of our E3 dreams — specifically that we are hoping to see a release date for Cyberpunk 2077. Though maybe we shouldn’t expect anything too soon, given that the game will not be playable on the show floor.
There is no confirmed release date for the futuristic title, however the developer has let us know it will release “when it’s ready” for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Anyone hoping to pre-order the game and support the developer can already pre-order Cyberpunk 2077 on Amazon.