When Cyberpunk 2077 comes out, gamers have to be ready for a huge 464-page strategy guide! Yes, the news was just revealed by the makers.
Right now, fans are going absolutely crazy and impatient to grab the first copies of the video game.
Cyberpunk 2077 game hype!
CD Projekt Red just revealed that the title would come up with 464-page long guides. And this is in terms of the standard edition. However, if some of you want even more, then there’s the collector’s edition as well, coming with 496-pages! It’s really too much to absorb. It will be fun, though, for sure!
Additionally, the guides will also include a good tour of Night City and its leisure lifestyle culture. Various selected images from TV and poster campaigns will help the players in this. The official guide will also provide walkthroughs of “annotated maps and visual insights on optional paths and interesting features.”
As per official reveal and descriptions, they will also give the players “all the tools and all the resources at your disposal.” Gameplay details can also be found in them, with proper information.
Price-wise, the standard paperback edition of the guide will cost $24.99. On the other hand, its hardcover collector’s edition will come at $39.99. CD Projekt Red has also given details about the same on its official website.
Moreover, the publisher has announced that it will organize a huge event to celebrate the launch of Cyberpunk 2077. CDPR is going to team up with Twitter Gaming for a special event starting from December nine onwards.
The majority of the gamers are just waiting for the title to launch this coming Thursday.
Issues of big delays before the final reveal
Although people are excited, and the hype is on another level, a few days ago, it wasn’t the case because the developer faced a huge backlash in the last four months for delaying the “AAA” title.
The crunch or overdrive issue disappointed a lot of game lovers when they learned that it had missed its deadline. However, many renowned developers from various studios defended CDPR, saying that going in an overdrive mode is normal because it’s important to make sure that a new game is running fine across all consoles.
But now, everything will be forgotten once the actual Cyberpunk 2077 copies arrive in the hands of all the players. Just keep waiting for December tenth.
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