Cyberpunk 2077 Is Getting Another Night City Wire Showcase Next Week (1)

CD Projekt Red has announced that episode 4 of the Cyberpunk 2077 preview series called Night City Wire will air on October 15. The ongoing series from the Polish developer has offered more insight on its upcoming RPG to prepare players for launch. In addition to Night City Wire, there have been TV ads, gameplay snippets, and narrative trailers.

Episode 4 lands at 12 PM ET on October 15, and the developer has already teased us with what to expect. The team will go into detail on the vehicles of Cyberpunk 2077, including their visual designs, engine sounds and performance specs. This is one area where Cyberpunk 2077 will set itself apart from CD Projekt Red’s other RPGs. The time period will allow for some crazy cars, and we hope they play specific roles in plenty of missions as opposed to just being used for transport.

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Little else was revealed about Cyberpunk 2077 Night City Wire episode 4, but we could get more. The last few events delivered multiple trailers showing various aspects of the game. The livestreams also tend to go in depth with developer talks. Let’s hope we get even more insight into the world of Cyberpunk 2077 come October 15.

Crunch time

As we’re just over a month from release, it’s crunch time for Cyberpunk 2077. Sadly, this isn’t just a figure of speech, as various reports have circulated about mandatory overtime for the game’s developers. That being said, the game did go gold earlier this week, meaning a version of it is finished and ready for disc manufacturing. However, the team will be working on content right up to launch. There will definitely be a hefty day one patch.

A picture of the physical Night City map cropped up earlier this week too, taken from physical copies of Cyberpunk 2077. We should know a little more about the types of vehicles we’ll be driving around that very city next week.

Ben Kerry
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