Gamescom 2019: New Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay shown as CDPR confirm Google Stadia version

Written by Neil Soutter on Wed, Aug 21, 2019 2:48 PM
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Those of you expecting a Cyberpunk 2077 blowout at Gamescom 2019 were probably left feeling a little disappointed, but the Stadia Connect event played host to some enlightening snippets of gameplay. 

It’s not the sort of place we expected CD Projekt RED to debut some lovely new Cyberpunk 2077 content but we’re glad for it all the same. There are a couple of videos to gaze over, including a brief one that’s gameplay and a second dev diary that’s also got plenty of new gameplay tidbits to analyse.

Most interestingly though, we get a look at how Cyberpunk 2077 will genuinely look during gameplay, complete with a fully working UI, quest markers and the like. It’s a more realistic account of what we can expect from CP2077 when compared to that 40-minute gameplay video we got this time last year. It’s still looking every bit as ambitious but it now it feels much more representative of the final product.

This also happens to be the first confirmation that Cyberpunk 2077 is coming to Google Stadia, if you happen to want to stream 2020’s most anticipated game. 

Cyberpunk 2077 is out on April 16th, 2020 for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Google Stadia.

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02:40 Aug-27-2019

Cyberpunk will be a very good game, but this is something we all know. What amaze me is that a lot of players are not fully aware that before Cyberpunk there is a game as good that "somehow" is "slipping" the the press coverage and is The Outer Worlds made by an "unknown" studio by the name of Obsidian. Is just the Mass Effect Andromeda and the Fallout 4 we never had but mixed and with a good story and meaningful choices. Out there are 3 "INDIE" big studios left and are: CD Projekt, Obsidian and Platinum Games, the only devs worthy of blind pre order.

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07:02 Aug-23-2019

Why lie in the title, huh?

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07:37 Aug-22-2019

well Ill say this again Game Streaming is going to end up becoming really big in the future but the input lag and streaming service cost + actual game cost is something they will have to figure out or else console/PC rent out will kill them

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07:40 Aug-22-2019

i remember Xbox rumors about console rent outs whatever happened to that? i really see that becoming a huge success unless they figure out a solution to the obvious (fraud) guessing a deposit a massive deposit shall solve the issue? but the

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07:42 Aug-22-2019

then again it will kinda make the whole point of cheap gaming dead if your gonna have a huge deposit unless you can eventuly transfer the entire deposit into the game pass or for digital purchase and get a massive discount on the console 6

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07:45 Aug-22-2019

6 to 8 months used so get a console and if its 8 months old you get a massive discount offer if you wanna buy it for yourself. i would love to get my a couple more consoles enable cross play and have a epic marathon session during holidays

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20:17 Aug-21-2019

Don't feel disappointed. CD Projekt Red will upload E3 2019 gameplay demo really really soon

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17:16 Aug-21-2019

Got a feeling stadia will have exclusive game in future.

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18:31 Aug-21-2019

It already does, one or two I think, I believe one of them being Orcs Must Die 3.

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16:11 Aug-21-2019

Google : Can we have your awesome game on our platform and make a big deal out of it?


CDPR : Okay, just like all other platforms then.

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16:42 Aug-21-2019

Someone get him a cookie

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15:28 Aug-21-2019

F off Google Stadia!

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15:21 Aug-21-2019

Google Stadia may have aquired CP 2077, but it is still irrelevant.

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15:01 Aug-21-2019

reads gameplay
clicks on article
finds a 30 sec trailer



  • leaves disappointed*

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15:05 Aug-21-2019

same :(

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16:43 Aug-21-2019

Knowing how the developer delivered in the past it's fine for me

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16:52 Aug-21-2019

My disappointment is in journalism in general.

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17:44 Aug-21-2019

Yeah the same could be said about bioware before dragon age 2 and me3 etc etc. Im sorry but dont blindly trust developers even if they have a good track record or reputation as any dev can make a terrible game. Im not saying this will happen with cyberpunk but dont hang past achievements as it somehow points to the fut

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02:45 Aug-22-2019

A track record is the only way to have any idea if a game dev is any good, and if it's good, it's better than no track record or a bad one. It's why resumes are still popular for job applications. Looking at the track record is precisely not blind trust, it's informed trust. So yeah, past achievements, while no guarantee, can definitely point to the future, and often do. Of course, you don't have to trust, and that's fine too, i guess.

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03:21 Aug-22-2019

@HankBaxter my point is simply great game devs have made bad games. It happens...thinking that a game will be good just by looking at a companies past work is nothing but assumption and speculation even if "informed". Job interviews arent the same as the entertainment industry you got countless examples out there

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