The game is action-packed and story-driven, with a multitude of ways for users to approach situations, battles, and even mundane events. It's exactly like all of the write-ups we've read of the gameplay demos shown at E3 and Gamescom earlier in the year, and it's the whole hour's worth. That means fighting their way through all of the cyberpsycho Maelstrom goons, but as we saw at E3, Jackie and V are more than capable of taking down a few booster gangers. Needless to say, it looks like CD Projekt Red is going to deliver an incredible successor to The Witcher trilogy. As of press time, the stream is now connected to the Twitch game category "Cyberpunk 2077". Elements like gunplay (both in terms of visuals and how RPG stats influence it), netrunning, auto physics, or the game's UI - everything's pretty much still in the playtest phase and we felt uneasy about publicly committing to any particular design. Earlier today, CD Projekt Red started a Twitch stream spewing out Base64 code.
Now I'll be honest here; Cuberpunk 2077 looks wonderful (though there are pretty noticeable graphical glitches/flickers in this build and there is noticeable pop-in of objects while driving). But mostly it showed off something we haven't seen up until now: the fruits of the developer's long, arduous labors. What do you think CD Projekt Red could be building up to?
Cyberpunk 2077 has no release date as of right now but many are crossing their fingers for a late 2019 release date.