Cyberpunk 2077 Apparently Already Leaked

Easily one of the most anticipated video game titles coming out this year has been Cyberpunk 2077. From the development team that has brought out the successful The Witcher trilogy, CD Projekt Red comes a brand new video game set in the futuristic American utopia called Night City. While fans have been enduring countless delays and years of build-up, it looks like some lucky few players already have access to the game.

Cyberpunk 2077 is a behemoth of a video game already and it’s not even readily available for the public to enjoy. Everyone is talking about this game and how it’s going to be a hit for years to come. That’s the hope at least as the studio really delivered quite the iconic RPG series filled with details and quests. With Cyberpunk 2077 putting players into a futuristic city in America, it’s clear that those that wish to survive will need to be willing to get greedy and live a harsh lifestyle. 

It’s a dog eat dog world and everyone is looking out for themselves seemingly in Night City but as we continue to wait for its release, there are fans hoping that there won’t be anything to delay this title from launching in December. After several delays and even one that came after the title hit the fabled gold status, nothing seems to be a guarantee. However, we’re less than a month away before we can dive into Night City ourselves with Cyberpunk 2077 still set to launch on December 10, 2020. 

This latest delay seemed to be based around optimization and ensuring all the platforms would handle the game properly. However, it looks like some fans have gotten their hands on retail copies of Cyberpunk 2077. It’s still a mystery as to how the games got out and how many are available but there was a stream already uploaded online that showcased some of the first gameplay section. Unfortunately, it looks like if you wish to avoid spoilers you will want to be careful about what you search for online. There is bound to be an influx of spoiler content released online which is a bummer for those that want to experience Cyberpunk 2077 for themselves after years of waiting. 

Source: PC Gamer