If you want to avoid spoilers for Cyberpunk 2077, you might want to stay alert on social media. Retail copies of the PS4 version have apparently been leaked. And naturally, gameplay videos have already shown up. So for those wanting to go into the game without getting it spoiled, you might wanna be extra careful online.
And just to state, this is very different from the 16-hour demo that reviewers and press have gotten to play. This is a pre-release version of the full game that’s in circulation. Meaning it has no day one patch. According to those who have played it, the game is in a bit of a rough shape as a result, since the version on the disc was never meant to be played in that state.
Retail copies of #Cyberpunk2077 are out in the wild. If you're looking to avoid story spoilers, be careful now!
The install size is around 70GB. pic.twitter.com/4O6bhSBlSJ
— Gaming Leaks & Rumors (@GameLeaksRumors) November 22, 2020
Coming December 10th
CD Projekt RED has yet to officially comment on the leak. But it seems to be solid evidence that the full game is ready to be shipped on its intended December 10th release date. By now we’ve gotten a lot of delays, so it’s nice to see that the game is actually getting out there, albeit a bit early.
What we know about Cyberpunk 2077 so far is that it will have roughly 140 hours of playtime to offer. And that is only for one playthrough using one of the three possible backgrounds. So that number can be much higher if you intend to play through the game with all backgrounds.
And even then the game seems to have a ton to offer in terms of different playstyles, choices, and paths to take. One red thread seems to be Keanu Reeves as Johnny Silverhand (Keanu seems to love playing Johns). Silverhand is shown to be inside the main character’s head and is the main key to the plot of the game.
What do you think of the game so far? Is it something you’ll get on launch? Let us know!