It is more than a year since CD Projekt Red last revealed a look at the long-awaited Cyberpunk 2077. Today the company has released a new trailer that shows what the gameplay will look like when the game comes out next year.
The demo recordings seem to be a shortened version of the one shown this year behind the closed doors on E3, and it shows more of the actual gameplay for Cyberpunk 2077. As the demo explains, there are no fixed classes in it Cyberpunk, although the demo shows off two differently built characters: a "strong solo" player built around power and direct combat and a more secretive "netrunner" character designed around hacking and manipulating technology in the game world.
There is also more insight into how the game will force players to make choices, such as whether they decide to work with a NetWatch law enforcement officer or to attack them. In addition, we got the first in-game look at Johnny Silverhand, the digital companion of Keanu Reeves who will guide the player through the story of the game.
Cyberpunk 2077 is scheduled for April 16, 2020.