This will be featured as part of a stream on Mixer and Twitch, where we'll also hear from developers about what we've seen, including details on the Pacifica district of Night City and play styles you can choose from in the RPG.
The game also features actor Keanu Reeves who is no stranger to cyberpunk dystopian settings having starred in the Matrix Trilogy and has recently been announced for the Matrix 4. At the start of the month Cyberpunk 2077 - Afterlife: The Card Game was announced which is created in collaboration with an worldwide board game publisher CMON! We only have one thus far and E3 failed to give us another one, though it did give us Keanu Reeves calling us breathtaking. On the other hand, if that teaser passed under your radar, you can at least watch it now. The Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay that we've already seen showed absolutely heaving crowds of people and bustling interiors, so we're already expecting a decidedly dense experience.
This stream will be available for everyone to watch, hosted by Hollie Bennett, CDPR's United Kingdom head of comms, and the dev line up will include some familiar faces you know and like.
Well, on their official website, CD Projekt Red officially announced that we would be getting a Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay stream.
"There are many logistical (and some creative) reasons behind this decision, but the most important thing we want to say is that we're sorry for the change of plans".
There's no word on release date yet - all Google said was that Cyberpunk would be "coming soon" in 2020, although hopefully that means it'll be available alongside the console and PC launch on April 16th.