48 Minutes of Cyberpunk 2077 PC Gameplay [NSFW]

It’s quickly becoming one of the most anticipated PC games on the horizon. Cyberpunk 2077 is CD Projekt RED’s ‘Blade Runner’ style sci-fi RPG taking the internet by storm. The Polish developers behind the Witcher have shifted gears to sci-fi and it looks amazing. Think Dues Ex in a gorgeous new engine and on the scale of the Witcher 3.

Announced back in 2013, the game is finally edging closer to a firm release date. It’s unlikely to be this year but with a bit of luck we’ll get our hands on it in the first half of 2019. In a recent interview the team behind the game proudly announced the it was playable from start to finish and they are just working on the final assets, testing and optimization.

Just a couple of days ago, the official YouTube channel for the game uploaded a whooping 48 minutes of game play. Showing of a lot of the core mechanics and giving you an idea of the overall look and feel of the final product this video does not disappoint, even this early before release.

Just a quick warning before clicking play! This is definitely an adult themed game from start to finish, and we don’t mean just the violence. View discretion is advised.

Cyberpunk 2077 Game Play Reveal.

In just a matter of 48 hours this VERY long game play video has racked up almost 7 million views. That’s amazing, doubly so when you check the re-actions online. Even the notoriously vile ‘YouTube comments’ are extremely positive.

Battlefield V is right around the corner and everyone is talking about this single player RPG without a release date. We’re also happy to report the game’s lead development platform is the PC #pcmasterrate. So of course as usual the PC edition will be the definitive version of the game!

Do you think your gaming rig is up to the challenge of running Cyberpunk 2077? We will have to wait until closer to launch before we see the official hardware requirements. However judging from the video above and previous versions of the game engine (Witcher 3) we can take a guess. It’s fair to say if you want to crank up the graphics settings, this will be a game to truly put your gaming PC to the test.

So if you’re gaming PC is a little behind the times but you don’t want to miss out of Cyberpunk 2077 in all it’s glory, maybe it’s time to start thinking about a upgrade. Don’t worry, you have plenty of time. Just keep an eye out for the release announcement and head on over to our custom gaming PC builder.

Elder Scrolls 6 Revealed, CyberPunk 2077 & More

With Computex and  E3 earlier in the month it’s been a busy few weeks in the PC gaming industry with plenty of new titles and hardware teased for release later in the year and beyond.

The big ones that caught our eye where two RPG’s destined for the PC. The long awaited Elder Scrolls 6 and the game that stole E3 and seems to be what every one is talking about online, CyberPunk 2077.

For Elder Scrolls fans the new game looks to be much of what you would expect, in a good way. Better graphics, refined mechanics and staying true to it’s single player open world RPG roots. Unlike Fallout 76’s detour in to an always online multiple world environment where friends or strangers can drop in out of the game at any time.

Cyberpunk 2077 by CD Projekt Red, the team out of Poland most notably responsible for the Witcher series, is also an RPG but set in, well you guessed it, a Cyberpunk depiction of the year 2077 not totally dissimilar to Dues Ex but with a totally different vibe that comes directly from the unique Polish CD Projekt Red development team.

Rumours have it that the drugs, nudity and violence will get this game refused classification here in Australia effectively banning it from store shelves in our nanny state and that a cut down censored version may be the result. Never the less, it should be trivial for us PC gamers to get around that and simply purchase it online from a country governed by adults who understand video games are not just for 12 year olds.

While both titles do not yet have a locked in release date, it’s safe to say it is probably unlikely we will see them this year. These large scale RPGs are a massive undertaking and quiet honestly we might be lucky to see them in 2019.

Lucky for us we will have plenty to tide us over until then with a new Battlefield, Call of Duty, Fallout, Tomb Raider, Just Cause, Hitman, Darksiders, Anthem, Crackdown, Escape from Tarkov, Metro and a ton more all on the way.

On that note, is your gaming PC feeling a bit tired and not keeping up? Want to make sure your ready to crank up the graphics to max and jump right in the moment your most anticipated new game of 2018 lands? Head on over to our store page and pick your self up a brand new custom built gaming PC today!