Cyberpunk 2077 Physical Editions Apparently Come With 2 Blu-Ray Discs

2 Discs, a map, and a bunch of other things will come packed in the physical box.

By Ben Bayliss

November 17, 2020

Cyberpunk 2077 from CD Projekt Red is nearing it’s reported release date after months and months of that dreaded yellow statement that informs us of the game being delayed. Now, it seems as if retailers —likely in the UK from the image below— are receiving promotional material and physical boxes ready for launch on December 10.

Taking to Reddit, user Mikeymorphin shares an image of a bunch of Cyberpunk 2077 promotional material including banners, balloons, and stands for shelves, etc. There’s also PS4 and Xbox One sleeve inserts which contain details on what’s included with the physical editions. Although from the below image, those details aren’t entirely clear.

Company I work for has just been sent all this promo stuff! Its deffo out on the 10th from r/cyberpunkgame

The user returned to Reddit to show a close up of the section that reads “In the box” on the PS4 case, and I imagine it’s the same deal for the Xbox One. Players look as if they can expect 2 blu-ray discs to be available in the box, along with a world compendium, stickers, postcards, a map, and access to digital content. You may need to click through as the image is marked as a spoiler.

Back again with a scoop! Heres whats inside and the back cover from r/cyberpunkgame

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Cyberpunk 2077 has already been confirmed earlier this year to be less than 200GB in its install size, and when the PC system requirements were revealed, it was shown to require 70GB of free space on the hard drive or SSD. It’s also been recommended on PC to have an SSD. The inclusion of 2 discs in the physical edition could very well mean that we’ll see a similar situation to Red Dead Redemption 2 in which one disc is installation, and the other is the game disc.

Cyberpunk 2077 appears to be on track to launch on December 10, the game was due to launch this month after going gold, but has been delayed with the studio facing criticism over the developers crunching. When it does launch, it’ll be available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, and Google Stadia.

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Ben Bayliss

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