[UPDATED – Multiple Presentations] Cyberpunk 2077 Public Gameplay Demo Announced For EGX Berlin
[Update] CD Projekt Red's Fabian Mario Doehla reached out to us shortly after the post went live, clarifying that there isn't a single Cyberpunk 2077 presentation being held at EGX Berlin, but multiple throughout the duration of the event which should amount to a total of 4 hours. He additionally pointed out that these presentations cannot be truly considered public, as there are age restrictions so not everyone can legally attend them.
[Original Post] Cyberpunk 2077 is going to be shown to the public once again in a little over a month.
As reported by Playfront, a public gameplay demo will be shown during EGX Berlin, which is being held from November 1st until November 3rd. The public demo presentation is scheduled for Saturday, November 2nd, it will be around 4 hours long and senior level designer Miles Tost will be present for both the gameplay demo and the following Q&A session. It's not yet clear if it is a new demo, but something new will surely emerge during the Q&A session.
On a related note, it's been confirmed recently that an in-game database or codex may be included in the game, which should add additional information to the lore.
Earlier this month, it's been confirmed that Cyberpunk 2077 will feature an online multiplayer mode. This mode took long to be confirmed as the team wanted to make sure it fits the game's lore.
I can’t say too much on it because it’s still going through its process, but it’s about making sure that multiplayer fits in with the lore of the world and it feels right.
It’s about making sure it fits in with who we are as a company as well, because story is so important to us, plus it needs to fit in with how we design and deliver games.
Cyberpunk 2077 launches on April 16th, 2020 on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
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