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Submitted by -Mezzo- 954d ago | article

What Do You Think of the Cyberpunk 2077 Teaser Trailer?

1UP - CD Projekt RED unveils their follow-up to The Witcher 2, but you'll have to wait years to play it. (Cyberpunk 2077, Next-Gen, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

hylandpad  +   954d ago
2015 does sound like a long way - but they also released the Witcher 2 trailer years before release. I think we both know that was worth the wait.
wishingW3L  +   954d ago
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ATi_Elite  +   954d ago
I hate teaser trailers but I know they gotta build up hype!

I'll just wait for a Gameplay Trailer!
showtimefolks  +   954d ago
i still want witcher 1 for consoles along with witcher 2 on ps3

but am very interested in cyberpunk 2077 whenever it comes out
Moncole  +   954d ago
If you game on one system you miss out on a bunch of games.
SuperLupe  +   954d ago
One of the rare teaser trailers that got me excited lately. Makes me like the game already though I haven't seen any gameplay.
hazardman  +   954d ago
All I know is that bitch is bad!! Also I like how they put "ready when its done" at end. The witcher 2 was badass and the begining intro to the game was/is one of the best I've seen in gaming. 2015 is a long mothereffing time!
porkChop  +   954d ago
2015? Then why the hell did they announce it that early? I guess some devs/pubs still haven't realized that announcing a game too early actually works *against* it. It will generate a ton of hype, and then that hype will fade away. By the time it comes out a good amount of people who were originally interested just won't care anymore, it happens every time. You also can't announce a game too close to release though. But I think a good time to announce is roughly a year before it's planned for release.

Depending on when the game is released during 2015, and assuming there's no delays, the game will come out between 2 and 3 years from now. And the game was first announced a year ago. That's easily enough time for another developer to come in and release a similar game, stealing some of their thunder.
akaakaaka  +   954d ago
I just saw the trailer and it seem really good but I bet this is not gameplay and the game will not look even near this good so it's worthless to get existed for it.

but the idea and art seem super good and sadly i bet the game and gameplay will just be lame or just ok, plus the game will not look this good anyways so what's the point.

did i say the game will not loo near as good as this so there is no point?
Hassassin  +   954d ago
Developers said they wan't the game to look as closely to this teaser as possible... It's 2015 PC we're talking about, so it's not that far fetched.

Gameplay is based on an already tried and tested rpg system, so it's guaranteed to at least have a solid foundation.

plus, I trust CDPR to deliver.
PS4isKing_82  +   954d ago
Ppl are complaining 2015 is too long. Seriously?
Ffvs13, agent, last guardian were announced years ago and still aren't out.
And those games will probably still be in development when this game comes out.

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