CD Projekt Red releases new Cyberpunk 2077 Xbox gameplay footage
CD Projekt Red, the developers of the upcoming dystopian sci-fi game Cyberpunk 2077, just recently released a new gameplay video showcasing the differences in the game’s graphics for both the Xbox One X and Xbox Series X. Their partnership with Xbox permitted them to expose their brand-new gameplay video entitled Night City Wire Special. The comparisons revealed that the graphics of Series X trumps the Xbox One X due to the lighting effects and attention to detail as the latter looks a blurred.
According to Hollie Bennett, CD Projekt’s Head of Communications for the UK region, the video footage was modified in order to reduce any spoilers or leaks. The video concentrated on the mission entitled, “Automatic Love,” where V, the game’s protagonist, is tasked to hunt a missing out on individual. Other characters were likewise introduced such as Wakako Okada and Keanu Reeve’s Johnny, who were revealed to give V guidelines. At the end of the story series, revealed an abuse scene that was suddenly cut.
In addition, the video featured a glimpse of the gameplay mechanics as seen with its very first person fight experience with V taking out criminals with a Desert Eagle looking pistol, a shotgun, and a futuristic looking katana. The driving series in the video game could permit the player to experience a Grand Theft Automobile setting combined with a futuristic appeal.
Bennett pointed out at the end of the video that the video game can work well on both existing and next generation consoles, suggesting that the Xbox One variation of the video game can also be utilized for the Series X/S console. The very same uses with its PlayStation equivalent. She similarly discussed a free and complete upgrade for the next generation that will happen in 2021.
The game is set to be released on December 10, 2020.
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