The Cyberpunk 2077 full map leaks online as part of the physical edition’s bonus content and reveals Night City’s size and scope as a result.
The full Cyberpunk 2077 map size has been revealed thanks to a new leak from the game’s physical edition bonus content, and the map is impressively complex, though it’s already sparking debate over the scope of the game’s overworld. Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the holiday season’s biggest releases in 2020, with a November 19, 2020 launch date and availability on both current- and next-gen platforms making it widely accessible to all consumers.
Developer CD Projekt Red has had to delay Cyberpunk 2077 several times over the course of development to make sure it achieves the high bar both the studio and its fans have set for it, but that’s done little to dull excitement for the upcoming futuristic RPG title. Even still, CD Projekt Red has attempted to make sure consumers have reasonable expectations for what the game will bring with it, and that’s been especially important when it comes to Cyberpunk 2077 map size. Earlier reports suggested the game was “smaller” than The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, while it’s since been confirmed that Cyberpunk 2077‘s campaign is shorter than Geralt’s adventure, although intentionally as a result of player feedback.
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Now, fans have even more details on the scale of the game’s adventure, including the Cyberpunk 2077 map size, thanks to a new leak that appeared on Reddit via user ArtisticTap4. The leak apparently comes from the physical edition of Cyberpunk 2077, which includes a paper map of the game’s world alongside some post cards. The paper map matches up with the information fans currently have about the game’s layout – most notably in the edges of the map, which show off the different terrain that’s been showcased in trailer videos and presentations – so it appears that this leak is legit.
Some responses have already begun criticizing the game’s perceived smallness, but the Cyberpunk 2077 full map leak only gives an overview of the game’s major area names and its primary roads. One thing it doesn’t do is indicate just how much of the game’s size is located within its verticality – for instance, there are several floors in some buildings for players to explore, which add to the game’s size and overall area considerably.
There’s also the chance the Cyberpunk 2077 full map size leak is fake, though that seems unlikely given how well the information lines up with what we already know. It appears consumers now have a better idea of just what they’re getting into when they jump into Night City – although the Cyberpunk 2077 map size doesn’t show off just how much there will be to do inside its confines, something that actually playing the game will showcase far better.
Cyberpunk 2077 releases on November 19, 2020.
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