After almost three months of waiting, fans who are keen to watch Cyberpunk 2077 can finally do it. CD Project Red, the renowned The Witcher series developer, has released the gameplay demo that was first shown behind closed doors on the E3, and again on Gamescom. It consists of a 48-minute look at first-person RPG, and as it was the case in its private shows, it is still very impressive. But, given the great recognition it was received, just why did CD Project Red wait so long to share the video?
This topic is addressed by Adam Badowski, the game director and the CD Project Studio's studio head, in a press release that accompanies the release of the trailer. "What we release today was recorded from a game that is deeply developed," he explained. "Since many of the assets and mechanics of the current version of Cyberpunk 2077 are most likely to be modified, we decided to show this game only to the media. Items like gunplay (both in terms of visual effects and how RPG statistics affect it) netrunning, car physics or game user interface ̵
Some of these concerns may be due to the complaints about how The Witcher's final edition was" downgraded "from the previous pre-release appearance we got on the game. Whatever the case, CD Project Red, of course, has decided that it would prefer to get Cyberpunk 2077's first playground in front of people – even though there is a warning that the end product may be different in a number of ways.
"But, we are also well aware that many of you will see what the media saw," said Badowski. "Although this is not the same game you see on screen when we start, we still decided to share this 48-minute video with you." This is what the Cyberpunk 2077 looks like today. Tell us what you think! "  You can see the full gameplay video above; It shows many parts of the game, including battle, dialogue, and the ability to upgrade your character. We also look at Night City, the scattered metropolis that serves as the setting for Cyberpunk 2077.
Unfortunately, while we now have games for everyone to see, CD Project Red has not announced a release date for Cyberpunk 2077 No matter what it may be it's not soon enough.