CD Projekt Red shows new artwork for Cyberunk 2077. This time the Heywood district is in the foreground. According to the developers, the district offers blatant contrasts: in addition to modern skyscrapers and parks in the north, dangerous slums await in the south. Heywood is the "largest bedroom in Night City", where gangs like Valentinos and 6th Street do business. We have the new pictures for Cyberpunk 2077 ready in the article. The new role-playing game will be released on November 19 for PC and consoles. A version for PS5 and Xbox Series X is also planned.
CD Projekt Red shows further artwork for Cyberpunk 2077. In one current Twitter post this time the developers introduce the Heywood district. According to CDPR, blatant contrasts await the players here. On the one hand, there are modern skyscrapers and pretty parks in the north. On the other hand, dangerous slums await in the south. Heywod is the "biggest bedroom in Night City", where gangs like Valentinos and 6th Street do business – both legal and illegal.
The new pictures of Cyberpunk 2077 (buy now for € 58.19) we have published in our gallery – you can find it below this message. The developers had previously introduced other districts from Night City. For example, a few days ago we presented you with the Slums of Santo Domingo. The district is dominated by industry and is drab and run down. While companies use the district for their industrial projects, people have to live crammed together.
We have included a current video for Cyberpunk 2077 for you below. You can read the latest details in our large one Role playing preview. The new plant of the Witcher makers is scheduled to be launched on November 19. Cyberpunk 2077 appears on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Versions for PS5, Xbox Series X and Google Stadia are also announced. A By the way, demo is not planned.
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