Cyberpunk 2077 Gameplay Live Stream Slated For August 30

CD Projekt Red will reveal Gamescom footage and offer an in-depth look at one of the major districts of the game in an upcoming stream on Twitch and Mixer.

While Cyberpunk 2077's release may still be more than six months away, fans are about to get a major look at some new gameplay footage, as well as a large chunk of the game world, in an upcoming stream.

After showing off footage at Gamescom 2019, developer CD Projekt Red is gearing up to launch a global live stream next week that includes information about the Night City district of Pacifica and the many Cyberpunk customization elements that will be on offer.

The live stream will be available via Mixer and Twitch next Friday, August 30, at 11 a.m. PDT.

After showcasing 15 minutes of gameplay that was shown at Gamescom over the past several days, members of the development team will discuss design decisions and reveal new info about how the game world works. CD Projekt Red also commented:

This stream will be available for everyone to watch, so all of you, wherever you are, have a chance to feel a bit of gamescom — or any other trade show — at home. Hosting the entire thing will be our very own Hollie Bennett, our UK head of comms, and the dev line up will include some familiar faces you know and like.

After seeing the game's first jaw-dropping teaser trailer in 2013, years of waiting will finally pay off when Cyberpunk 2077 officially lands on April 16, 2020.

For those that have missed the latest news, we recently reported Polish magazine translations talking about a new game plus mode as well as the game's skill system, and we now know details about the game's branching prologue and potential overall installation size.

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Published Aug. 22nd 2019

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