Feast your eyes on an entire four new screenshots for Cyberpunk 2077

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If you click and scroll down this article, I’ll give you not one, not two and not even three, but FOUR screenshots of Cyberpunk 2077! That’s double the paltry two screenshots that other websites will give you, and I’ll toss in free shipping! BUT WAIT THERE’S NOTHING MORE THAT I CAN ADD TO THIS DEAL! Fresh outta Gamescom, CD Projekt RED may not have any new Cyberpunk 2077 footage to show off to the public this year, but the studio did have something to offer the fans who hit the massive maze of halls in the Koelnmesse.

Here’s a look at the screenshots then. Click to embiggen:

Need some context? Well I got yer context right here…You can’t see it, but I’m making Degeneration X crotch-chops while a very confused cat looks on. I love you all. The screens above show off not a lot, but you do get to see your partner in crime Jackie Welles, a fella who happens to be handy with his fists, guns and everything else. Also, he has a very futuristic version of the early signs of typical male pattern baldness.

The screens come from the gameplay demo that the press got to see behind closed doors at E3 2018, where CD Projekt RED showed off the various gameplay systems of Cyberpunk 207 as you infiltrated a local gang that happens to have a fetish for replacing their flesh with as much cybernetic upgrades as possible. Which explains why they look kind of gross.

Naturally that mission went pear-shaped, with Jackie providing some invaluable assistance to the player as they escaped a warehouse full of high-tech gangsters by the skin of their teeth. Great stuff, it was. Cyberpunk 2077 is still in development for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, and it’ll probably be a while before the game is ready to ship out.

Still, it’s shaping up to be well worth the wait.

Last Updated: August 22, 2018

Darryn Bonthuys

Word-slinger at Critical Hit. Inventor of the macho Swiss gym chocolate known as Testoblerone. That's...that's about it really.

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