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CD Projekt RED's live stream tease was mercifully brief yesterday, culminating in a reveal of over 48 minutes of gameplay from Cyberpunk 2077.
While it can often feel like we’ll be old and grey by the time we can actually get our wrinkled mitts on Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt RED has revealed the studio has hit quite an impressive development milestone recently. The entirety of Cyberpunk 2077 is now playable from start to finish.
Sci-fi is the order of the day today for the GD World Cup 2018. You won't that in the real World Cup. Fallout 76 and The Division 2 both bring their own apocalyptic portents, while Cyberpunk 2077 and Starfield are rooted in further flung futures, one dystopic, the other, well, we don't know anything about yet. That won't stop the hype train though, so vote your most anticipated games to be in with a chance of nabbing the grand prize.
The Cyberpunk 2077 E3 demo was undoubtedly one of the most talked about parts of E3 2018. Only, it was a behind-closed-doors demo, so for the vast majority of fans, it’s been left entirely up to their own imagination. With any luck, we’ll all be able to see it for ourselves eventually, but in the meantime, CD Projekt RED has been explaining just how along in developer Cyberpunk 2077.
Six more games are hoping to keep alive their hopes of reaching the GD World Cup knockout stages. We've got some absorbing encounters lined up today, and of course our big prize giveaway.  
We're coming up to the end of our first round of matches in the GD World Cup 2018, and two tournament favourites are about to slug it out. Cyberpunk 2077 is going to step out onto the pitched against Death Stranding. All you've got to do is vote on your most anticipated game to stand a chance of winning our grand prize.
CD Projekt RED community manager Alicja Kozera has revealed the specs of the PC that was running the behind-closed-doors Cyberpunk 2077 demo at E3 2018 last week.
Until the proper reveal of Cyberpunk 2077, there has been a flurry of rumours for months indicating that CD Projekt RED was looking to shimmy in some multiplayer elements. As CD Projekt RED is one of the few AAA developers to focus wholly on gigantic single-player experiences, this set a few alarm bells ringing for fans.
The E3 trailer for Cyberpunk 2077 was fantastic, but it sadly showed all too little of what to expect from CD Projekt Red’s upcoming sci-fi RPG. Behind closed doors though, CDPR has been showing assorted journos a 50-minute look at the game, providing all sorts of juicy new details.
It’s happened - CD Projekt RED blew the roof off of Microsoft’s Xbox E3 conference with a glorious new trailer for Cyberpunk 2077.
Rumours of Cyberpunk 2077 appearing at E3 2018 in a big way are continuing to escalate. We’ve had the Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter account whirring into life, of course, as well CD Projekt RED’s attendance at E3 confirmed. Now we’ve got a little tidbit from Italian gaming website Everyeye, with the site’s editor, Francesco Fossetti, claiming on Facebook that he’ll be attending an hour-long presented of Cyberpunk 2077 hosted by CD Projekt RED.