Cyberpunk 2077 is Not Making an Appearance at The Game Awards
Cyberpunk 2077 will not appear at The Game Awards according to CD Projekt Red's Community Lead on Twitter.
The Game Awards are just a few days away and many are looking forward to the game announcements and other reveals that will be made there. We already know that there will be 10 world premieres, one of which is a new game from Obsidian Entertainment. That being said, we now know one title that will not be making an appearance at The Game Awards: CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077.
This confirmation (or lack thereof) comes from Marcin Momot, Community Lead at CD Projekt Red, on Twitter. The game’s official accounts were likely pestered by avid fans wondering if we’d learn more about the game this week so Marcin decided to set the record straight. As for when we’ll here more about Cyberpunk 2077, he gave the vague but common response of “when we’re ready.”
We’re looking forward to seeing all the reveals and announcements during this year’s @thegameawards, however we’re not going to be showing anything there ourselves. We’ll share more details about @cyberpunkgame when we’re ready.
— Marcin Momot (@Marcin360) December 3, 2018
The last two events Cyberpunk 2077 appeared at were E3 and Gamescom. At E3, we finally got our first glimpse at the game after almost five years of waiting during Microsoft’s press conference. While the game was showcased behind closed doors at E3, the public didn’t get a good glimpse at gameplay until Gamescom, when the developers released a gameplay video that was nearly an hour long.
Since then, we’ve learned that the game is attempting to match Red Dead Redemption 2 in quality and DualShockers even interviewed the game’s Quest Designer Patrick Mills to learn more about Cyberpunk 2077 and its world. Cyberpunk 2077 is still fairly shrouded in mystery, but we do know that it’s in development for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
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