Cyberpunk 2077 will have an hour-long gameplay presentation behind closed doors on E3 2019, similar to the one held last year. According to Spieltimes website, CD Projekt Red confirmed this in the official email that was sent to invitees.
One of the most anticipated games in the last few years - Cyberpunk 2077 - is set to appear on the world's biggest gaming expo E3 again this year. CD Projekt Red already confirmed that for E3 2019, they plan to host two shows - behind closed doors and public.
These will be completely different but both will include new, yet unseen gameplay footage. Furthermore, CD Projekt Red confirmed that public gameplay will be played live by the devs and not pre-recorded like the one that was showed behind closed doors last year.
A couple of details about this years' presentation that will be held behind closed doors have surfaced via gaming website Spieltimes, who claim that the presentation will be one hour long. According to Spieltimes, CD Projekt Red officially confirmed this in an email that was sent to journos and other folks who will attend the behind closed doors show.
The email also states that attendees will not be allowed to take any pictures or to capture video or audio during the presentation, again, exactly the same as last year.
It is a bit disappointing that totally different gameplay will be shown only to a limited number of people as many players who are excited about Cyberpunk 2077 would definitely love to see everything there is to see on E3 regarding Cyberpunk 2077.
However, there is hope that CD Projekt Red show the exclusive footage to the public after E3 expo, just like they did last year with the first gameplay footage. Fingers crossed for that.
In other Cyberpunk 2077 news, a leak on NeoGaf appeared earlier this week, claiming that CD Projekt Red will reveal a target release date for the game on E3. If this is indeed true, we could finally get something more specific than "when it's ready" line, which is used by the devs at the moment.
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