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CD Projekt RED Will Show An RPG in E3 2018, Most Probably Cyberpunk 2077

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It is a fact that CD Projekt RED will be present at E3 2018 and many of its fans are excited since they see it as a signal that indicates that it is not long before we see more about Cyberpunk 2077. Although nothing is confirmed yet, today more information emerged that seems to indicate that the foregoing is imminent.

What we are referring to is that a few hours ago they shared details about the exhibitors who will attend E3 2018. There they mention that the game that CD Projekt RED will bring in the event is an RPG for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

Unless CD Projekt RED has been working on an ultra-secret project for some time, it is very clear that this information indicates that Cyberpunk 2077 will be the game that will lead to the event. So, it seems that it is a matter of waiting for a little over 1 month to know what is this new project.

Now, it is important to point out that this information does not confirm anything since it could well be an error. So, the best thing is that for now is to control your level of hype and wait for CD Projekt RED to make some official announcement about it.

Recall that recently a couple of reports emerged that seem to indicate that the start of the advertising campaign of Cyberpunk 2077 is close. This is why it is not entirely unreasonable to think that more information about RPG is on the way.

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We take the opportunity to talk about Cyberpunk 2077 to tell you that it is not the only AAA game that CD Projekt RED plans to release before 2021. Also, we think you’ll be interested to know that in this RPG ex-developers of Hitman and Dying Light are working. To finish, we tell you that it is a more ambitious game than The Witcher: Wild Hunt.

And what do you think, do you think it will be at E3 2018 where we finally see Cyberpunk 2077 in action? Tell us in the comments below.

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