The stream is now titled "Data Transmission in Progress_", with lines of white code streaming by on a black background. The attention to detail is extraordinary so we are really curious whether CD Projekt RED will be able to offer this kind of visuals and interactivity in the final version. A behind-closed-doors demo was shown to a select audience of the gaming press, but the developer has finally made a decision to show the world what gameplay will look like in the hotly anticipated title.
Earlier this morning, a unusual live stream featuring a jumble of code titled "Data Transmission in Progress" was streamed by CD Projekt Red on their official Twitch channel.
The fact that the game is still in development and that things can change was echoed by Game Director Adam Badowski in a press release that followed the gameplay reveal. That city is full of all different types of people and has a fully night-and-day cycle that CD Projekt RED says creates one of the most immersive and detailed open-world environments to date. That stream seen above is now still live at the time this is being published. Namely, the acclaimed developers have confirmed that, even though we still have to wait for the game to come out, it's now playable from start to finish which is certainly a tremendous progress.
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"However, we are also well aware that many of you want to see what the media saw." - adds Badowski.
Cyberpunk 2077 is set in the same universe as Mike Pondsmith's classic pen & paper RPG system, Cyberpunk 2020. We don't know how long CD Projekt Red will drag this out for but we are hoping for something on the quicker end of the spectrum.