CD Projekt Red announces the premiere date of the next Night City Wire episode, which is dedicated to the vehicles of Cyberpunk 2077.
It is just over a month away until Cyberpunk 2077 releases to close out the eighth generation of consoles. After Cyberpunk 2077‘s lengthy seven years of development, the game is finally set to launch on November 19. Despite only being a month out, developer CD Projekt Red isn’t done showing off what players can expect in the highly anticipated title.
CD Projekt Red has announced the date for the next episode of its Night City Wire stream. Coming off Night City Wire Episode 3, which focused on the gangs of Cyberpunk 2077, the next episode is taking a look at an important feature of the game. The fourth episode of the monthly stream will explore the vehicles of Night City.
Players won’t have to wait too long for the extended glimpse at the cars, bikes and other futuristic transportation measures that are in Cyberpunk 2077. Night City Wire Episode 4 will premiere next week on October 15 at 6pm CEST and the announcement also teases what players will see. The tweet notes that players will get some deeper details on the vehicles including “looks, sounds, and specs.” The tweet also notes that like with any other Night City Wire episode, there will be new gameplay footage alongside other announcements.
Vehicles are an important part of the Cyberpunk experience, with fans eager to see what stylish ways they can roll around the corporate ruled dystopian future. Many fans have already compiled a list of Cyberpunk 2077‘s vehicles that have been shown in previous footage and screenshots. The upcoming Night City Wire episode will likely provide details for the gearheads looking to make sure that their choice in car suits their play style.
The announcement of the next episode of Night City Wire comes as the first since Cyberpunk 2077 went gold earlier this week. The confirmation that the game is complete and ready to be mass produced puts an end to what were ongoing rumors regarding another delay for the already heavily pushed back title. With Cyberpunk 2077 now finally in sight, its release comes just after the launch of the next-generation consoles. With both being backward compatible, it’s likely many next-gen early adopters will be making Cyberpunk 2077 one of their first titles on new hardware.
So with the release date fast approaching, the next Night City Wire episode could very well be the last fans will see. There is the possibility for a fifth episode that finally shows off the planned PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series versions of the game, which are confirmed as free upgrades for current-gen owners. Until then, the countdown that started with the first teaser in 2013 will soon hit zero.
Cyberpunk 2077 releases November 19 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, with PS5, Stadia, and Xbox Series versions to follow.
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