Featured Title: Cyberpunk 2077
Developer CD Projekt Red went from creating cult classics to being one of the premiere AAA developers with the release of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in 2015. That game became a sensation, selling over 28 million copies and leading to a popular Netflix adaptation. The expectations were high for their follow up title and the anticipation for Cyberpunk 2077 has been monumental.
Years in the making, Cyberpunk has had a bumpy road to release. There have been multiple delays and controversies surrounding both the game itself and the development, but all of that has led to the game finally being ready for prime time and the end product looks spectacular. Set in a massive, beautiful open-world, the game promises countless hours of combat, exploration, and customizing your character into a unique version all your own. With star power like Keanu Reeves also attached to the game, you can bet that Cyberpunk 2077 will be a phenomenon like it’s predecessor and will be the talk of the industry for months to come.
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