CD Projekt Red hosted its final Night City Wire stream last night (I never thought they would stop) and right at the end, the developer showcased the official Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay trailer. The trailer is a good five-minute look at the upcoming open-world role-playing game and if you never thought the game would see the light of day after numerous delays, think again.
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The Cyberpunk 2077 official gameplay trailer is a start-to-finish look at the game and what players will be doing when they get their hands on it on 10 December 2020. The trailer covers the game world, characters, combat, the origin of your character and what Keanu Reeves is doing in the game in the first place. Most important of all, we finally understand why the character, known as Johnny Silverhand, is living inside your head too.
There is so much going on in Cyberpunk 2077 and I get a feeling that the trailer is but a glimpse of things to come. Players can make game-changing dialogue decisions, go about missions in any way they see fit and build characters that specialize in a guns-blazing approach, full-frontal assault or prefer to take things on a little more silently.
There’s also some new interesting information regarding Keanu Reeves and his character Johnny Silverhand. By the look of things, players will actually be able to relive some of his memories while taking control of the character. Silverhand’s role in the game seems to tie into a lot of the story too. Uncovering this throughout the game will be quite an experience.
Lastly, Cyberpunk 2077 will also include a streamer-friendly option which will prevent Twitch from pulling down active streams of the game due to copyright music. Cyberpunk 2077 will let you disable copyright tracks while playing the game live and replace them with in-house music. CD Projekt Red shared the news saying;
[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”#72FF33″ class=”” size=”21″]“If you’re planning on live streaming Cyberpunk, or if you just want to make videos, we want to introduce you to a new mode that will allow you to disable certain copyrighted tracks. We know that for content creators, licensed music can sometimes be problematic. So with this new mode, you’ll be able to disable a small number of selected tracks which could cause some issues, replacing them with a different song—helping to avoid any problems.[/perfectpullquote]
Now we just wait for 10 December to play the game on PS4, PS4, Xbox, and PC. Take a look at all the trailer down below;
Official Gameplay Trailer
Behind the Scenes
Music and Score