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There’s a whole world of disinformation over what Cyberpunk 2077 will and won’t have, but CD Projekt RED has finally answered a couple of key questions. First and foremost - Cyberpunk 2077 will have multiplayer.
CD Projekt RED are currently deep in the mix at Gamescom 2019, showing off the latest build of Cyberpunk 2077. We’re all itching to see how it’s looking since we got our first peek last year. And now, it’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for - CDPR has confirmed an all-new gameplay stream of CP2077 will be taking place next week. 
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. 
CD Projekt RED loves a pro-consumer / positive PR move, so it comes as little surprise to hear they won’t be offering any pre-order bonuses whatsoever for Cyberpunk 2077.
We’re still 10 months away from consuming the juicy meal that is Cyberpunk 2077, but already CD Projekt RED is teasing us with the dessert menu. The launch is just the beginning for the hyper-ambitious sci-fi RPG. Once we’ve sunk 100 hours into the main campaign, CDPR UI coordinator Alvin Liu said we can expect Witcher 3-style future expansions to build on the game.
Those attending E3 2019 were treated to around 45 minutes of brand spanking new Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay behind closed doors. Break out the violins though, for CD Projekt RED won’t be sharing it with us minions for a good while.
In news that will be music to the ears of any ardent RPG fan, CD Projekt RED’s Cyberpunk 2077 can be completed from start to finish without killing a single person. That’s right. The entirety of Cyberpunk 2077, along with every one of its branching quests and side quests, can all be finished through means other than putting a knife in someone’s gut.
It’s only gone and happened. CD Projekt RED has finally slapped a release date on Cyberpunk 2077. Quite possibly the most eagerly anticipated game on the planet right, Cyberpunk 2077 will be coming to PC and consoles on April 16th.
It turns out CD Projekt RED was indeed targeting a late 2019 release for Cyberpunk 2077, a date much, much earlier than we’d ever truly anticipated. Unfortunately, it sounds as if Cyberpunk 2077 has been delayed internally and its projected 2019 release has now been pushed to early 2020.
Bad news for CD Projekt RED fans. Despite plenty of rumours to the contrary, Cyberpunk 2077 won’t be playable on the E3 show floor.
There are a ton, and I mean a ton, of rumours circulating after a massive info dump/leak on NeoGAF. An alleged insider has claimed everything from a Cyberpunk 2077 release date announced at E3 2019, to Halo Infinite being a cross-gen 2020 launch, Age of Empires IV gameplay at E3, and a new Fable announcement.