The Witcher dev announces Cyberpunk RPG

Mature, non-linear, futuristic RPG for adult audiences.

CD Projekt RED announced its second triple-A RPG during its summer conference today – an official video game based on Mike Pondsmith’s classic pen and paper RPG Cyberpunk. The game uses the studio’s advanced RED Engine, and will feature “cutting-edge graphics.”

The studio shared the following details:

  • Mature RPG for mature grown up audiences, realistic and brutal, set in a rich, futuristic world.
  • Gripping non-linear story filled with life and detail.
  • Advanced RPG mechanics based on Cyberpunk pen & paper RPG system.
  • Varied selection of different character classes.
  • Gigant arsenal of weapons, upgrades, implants and cool high-tech toys.
  • Set new standard in the futuristic RPG genre wotj am exceptional gaming experience.

A single piece of concept art was also shared (pictured above).

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