CD Projekt Red's upcoming RPG could make an appearance at this year's E3. A Polish video game news site reported the rumour based on the information they acquired from two different sources. E3 2018 will take place from 12 until 14 June in Los Angeles.
According to a video game site from Poland, we should be getting much more than a *beep* out of Cyberpunk 2077 at this year's E3. CD Projekt Red pulled off an amazing PR stunt that involved the game's Twitter account staying silent for four years and blowing everyone's minds with a "beep" when they were ready to resume the conversation about their upcoming project.
The latest news about Cyberpunk 2077 are classified as rumours at the source so I won't pretend I have CD Projekt Red on speed dial. GRYOnline - the Polish game site that broke the news wrote that the game will be ready for its close-up in time for this year's E3. It's worth noting that the network which the site belongs to enjoys a reputation for being dramatic with their coverage in some circles.
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The information they managed to get their hands on threw a "fully playable demo" into the mix. The demo is to be shown off to journalists and other industry representatives behind closed doors. The site stresses that the information is to be taken with a grain of salt, but the fact they said it came from "two different" sources leads us to believe that an official CD Projekt Red announcement is just around the corner.
Cyberpunk 2077 developer could be utilising the same strategy they employed when they introduced The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, back at E3 2013. In Witcher 3's case, the public got a gameplay trailer while the press were treated to a hands-off demo behind closed doors.
E3 2018 will take place from 12 until 14 June in Los Angeles, California.
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Thanks GRYOnline .
Thanks Google Translate.