CD Projekt Red has announced the broadcast of Cyberpunk 2077, set to air tomorrow, February 15th.
Airing at 7AM Pacific/10AM ET/3PM UK (i.e. Feb 16 at 2AM ET), CDPR has not currently provided details on what will be included, but it’s possible we’ll get news on The upcoming PS5 and Xbox Series X/S versions of the game.
This stream is also labeled as REDstream, rather than the Night City Wire streams we’ve seen about the Cyberpunk launch, which may indicate we’ll get news about other CDPR projects. This could include a next-generation release of The Witcher 3 (currently slated for Q2 2022), or the new single-player game Gwent.
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Let’s meet tomorrow, February 15th, at 4pm CET, at the usual place: https://t.co/y8iUIM0gBv.see you there! pic.twitter.com/VRXpeA21ME
– Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) February 14, 2022
CDPR has been promising next-generation versions of Cyberpunk 2077 since before launch, originally scheduled for the latter half of last year. However, the delay has pushed them into the first quarter of 2022, which means the release should come before the end of March. Recently, the original PS5 version of the game was spotted in the backend of the PlayStation Network, adding more fuel to the release of the version in the near future.
There’s a chance we’ll also hear about the game’s first paid DLC expansion. CDPR previously promised expansions the size of the two versions released for The Witcher 3, and last year revealed that the core team at Cyberpunk had been scaled back, with more developers available to work on the expansion.
There’s also an outside opportunity for news about a previously promised Cyberpunk online component – although CDPR has previously said it has “reconsidered” the Cyberpunk multiplayer project. It is still not clear if this was delayed, canceled or turned into something else.
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