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Cyberpunk 2077 Dev Talks About Release Date and VR Version

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Despite the fact that there is still very little information about Cyberpunk 2077, it is undeniable that the future title of CD Projekt RED is one of the most anticipated of the entire video games scene. The community is indeed definitely waiting for any new information on this game. Information that, needless to say, is definitely desired.

During the last financial report of the company of Adam Kicinski, manager of the Polish software house, some interesting questions were asked. However, these questions have not all been answered by Kicinski. However, some succulent information has nevertheless emerged.

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Unfortunately, the manager has not denied about the possible release date of Cyberpunk 2077. To a question that was asked if it would be revealed at the upcoming Los Angeles event, Kicinski replied that he could neither confirm nor deny it: “Sorry, but we cannot say that – I mean, we can neither confirm nor deny this.” A half-answer which, although not definitive, leaves hopes open for the upcoming E3.

The question regarding the possibility of playing the title through some virtual reality viewers is decidedly more interesting and open. According to the manager, in fact, there would be no particular problems to implement this possibility, at least at a technical level. As Cyberpunk was entirely rendered in 3D, there would be no particular problems.

Problems that would emerge instead on the design of the title, which does not adapt to experience through VR. According to Kicinski, it would, in fact, be necessary to rethink different mechanics but, since CD Projekt RED is concentrated on the traditional version of Cyberpunk 2077, this possibility is not currently contemplated. Never say never anyway.

In recent news, it was confirmed that the game will be shown at this E3 2019 event, but it will not have any public demo.

What do you think, would you like to go into the futuristic virtual reality title or do you prefer a more traditional gaming experience? Do you think E3 2019 will finally give away the release date for the game?

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