Cyberpunk 2077 was with no doubt the hottest game of Electronic Entertainment Expo 2018 in Los Angeles that took place two weeks ago. The public saw the new trailer featuring the world of Night City, the playable character and tons of original, Cyberpunk 2020 tabletop game flavour.
After E3, CD Projekt RED organised another presentation for journalists and investors in Poland. After the meeting, some of them had a chat with studio’s president, Adam Kiciński and they asked if Cyberpunk 2077 is in alpha state. His answer was very brief: “No, it’s earlier”.
More of that, Kiciński added some comment about the content of the demo:
“This is the most polished part of the game we have now, prepared in some sense to show it to people outside the company.”
It will be no exaggeration if we can assume that we have to wait about two years until Cyberpunk 2077 is released. The same amount of time passed between the first presentation of a pre-alpha version of the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and its final debut. Even if CP 2077 has the bigger team working on it, it is far more ambitious and complex than the previous games of the studio and it takes time to make it work perfectly.