Cyberpunk 2077 goes gold ahead of it's November 19 release date
Cyberpunk 2077 is just over a month away from releasing on PC, Xbox and Playstation and needless to say, we can hardly contain our excitement. Now, finally, CD Projekt Red has confirmed that their much-anticipated action RPG has officially 'gone gold'.
What this means is that the game has been declared as finished and is ready to go to the CD printing press so that physical copies can be rolled out to retailers in time for the launch. So, you folks no longer need to worry about another delay.
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Although the game has 'gone gold', CD Projekt Red has ordered developers to work 6-days a week to get the game ready for its November 19 launch. The team is working in full gears to polish the game and fix as many bugs and issues to get the game ready in time for the release.
Map and postcard set leaked
From the developers who gave us Witcher 3 the popular open-world RPG, you kind of expect a detailed, intricate, and not to forget, huge map for Cyberpunk 2077 as well.
Recently, the Night City's map and a postcard set were leaked. It looks genuine as the leak comes from an actual, physical map from a boxed copy of the game.
The birds-eye view of the Night City shows the various districts the city is divided into. From Night City Wire Episode 3, we also learned more about these districts and the gangs that thrive in them. It is evident that players will have a lot of avenues to explore in the game.
Cyberpunk 2077 releases on November 19 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One in single player mode. Other features of the game will also come out after release, which includes the multiplayer mode, a few paid expansions, and an assortment of free DLC.
With the game coming out next month, you should make sure that your PC is capable of running this beast of a game. Surprisingly, the system requirements for PC are also known and they won't burn a hole in your pocket.