Photos from the Cyberpunk 2077 Collector’s Edition appear to have leaked online, including bonus materials like the game’s Night City map.
Cyberpunk 2077 is still a month-and-a-half away, but CD Projekt Red fans are anxious for more news about the open-world RPG. Lucky for them, it appears photos of premium content from the Cyberpunk 2077 Collector’s Edition have now leaked online, including a map of Night City that reveals Cyberpunk 2077‘s full setting in detail for the first time. The images were shared on Reddit, so while they may appear authentic, keep in mind that they aren’t officially released and could have been faked or altered.
The Night City map is in a large, glossy paper format, folded over several times so that it fits in the Cyberpunk 2077 Collector’s Edition box. The leaked photo of the map isn’t very high resolution, and as such Night City’s suburbs are clearly named, but smaller locations can be fuzzy and difficult to read. Similarly, while roads are easy to see, finer details on the city are difficult to decipher. For example, the skyscrapers of Corpo Plaza can be made out, but everything south of Heywood blurs together.
That said, those excited for Cyberpunk 2077 can now familiarize themselves with a ton of Night City locations. Watson to the north is home to the Northside Industrial District, Little China, and the Arasaka Waterfront. Westbrook to the east of the city is mountainous. Pacifica to the south has what looks like a stadium, as well as a coast. City Center is home to downtown Night City, Corpo Plaza, and the Vista Del Rey. To the west of City Center is a spaceport.
One striking aspect of the map is just how big Night City is. The City Center and Heywood are likely what Cyberpunk 2077 players have imagined when they think of Night City, as that is what has been focused on in the game’s trailers, but there is much more than just the downtown area and all its skyscrapers. There are mountains aplenty, miles of coastline, suburbs, and a myriad of mysterious features begging to be explored.
Along with the Night City map, the leaker also shared photos of the Collector’s Edition’s postcards. These postcards show three of Night City’s locations in clearer detail. One location, Pacifica, is shown to have a Ferris wheel and a Las Vegas strip-style architecture mix, complete with a pyramid. The Japantown image is less revealing, but may be more striking when compared to the actual in-game location. Finally, it’s unclear if the El Coyote Cojo bar plays a key role in Cyberpunk 2077, so players will have to discover it for themselves.
This leak reveals broad details that, while probably spoilers for some, are still information that players would have immediately accessible as soon as the game releases. Hopefully, the Cyberpunk 2077 leaks don’t get any more severe closer to launch for fans who want to keep the game’s surprises intact.
Cyberpunk 2077 releases November 17 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, with PS5, Stadia, and Xbox Series X/S support to follow.
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