CD Projekt Red unveiled a look at the highly anticipated Cyberpunk 2077 over a year ago. Today, the company has revealed a new gameplay trailer showing off what gameplay will look like when the game will release after a year.
The demo footage seems to be a summarized version of the one shown behind closed doors at E3 this year, and it shows off more of the actual gameplay for Cyberpunk 2077. As the demo reveals, there are no set classes in Cyberpunk, although the demo does show off two separately built characters: a “strong solo” player made around strength and direct combat and a stealthier “netrunner” character created around hacking and managing technology around the game.
There are also more looks at how the game will require players to make choices, like whether they choose to work with a NetWatch law enforcement officer or beat them. Plus, we got the first in-game look at Johnny Silverhand, the digital ghost escort voiced by Keanu Reeves who’ll follow the player throughout the game’s world.
Cyberpunk 2077 will hit stores on April 16th, 2020.