Partway through The Witcher 3, two characters had a conversation that got my head spinning.
Harrison Krix, from Volpin Props, has shared some images of the build for one of his latest works, replicating the Militech Crusher from CD Projekt's upcoming Cyberpunk 2077.
"We do not want to make a dark and hopeless world. We are not doing Blade Runner." Here's CD Projekt RED on Cyberpunk 2077 over at IGN. Though the developers haven't shown anything particularly concrete, gameplay-wise, the title still sounds intriguing so far.
Developers CD Projekt RED are considering something for the upcoming Cyberpunk 2077 that I really hope makes it into the final game: the idea of having people in the game all speak their native tongue.
It's got almost nothing to do with the game itself, since it shows absolutely none of it, but the debut trailer for Cyberpunk was still an exciting thing to watch, primarily because it shows at least the game's art design has the whole future noir, Blade Runner thing down pretty well.
Here's a not very complicated idea. A new trailer comes out. It's cool. Someone makes some GIFs out of it. The newest member of our team, Gergő Vas, figured he'd start us off with yesterday's trailer for Cyberpunk 2077, the new game from CD Projekt, makers of The Witcher.
We've known for a while that CD Projekt Red, the folks who make those great Witcher role-playing games, are making a new sci-fi game. Previously codenamed "Cyberpunk," it now has an official title. Cyberpunk 2077.