Cyberpunk 2077: Quasi-Night-City built in Minecraft

from Andreas Bertits
You want to explore Night City from Cyberpunk 2077 before the action role-playing game from CD Projekt Red appears. A Minecraft map will soon make it possible – at least almost. Cyberpunk Project can only be inspired by the RPG, so you shouldn't expect a 1: 1 replica of Night City.

Even if we only have excerpts from Night City from CD Projekt Reds Action-RPG Cyberpunk 2077 saw, you can soon explore a quasi "replica" of the city – in Minecraft.

The near-night city in Minecraft

The Cyberpunk Project offers you the opportunity to explore a huge city illuminated by neon signs. The project is based on Night City from Cyberpunk 2077 (buy now for € 59.99), It is not an exact replica of the city from the game, since we do not yet know what it looks like in its entirety. Nevertheless, the video of the city already creates a feeling very similar to that of Cyberpunk 2077.

You can currently not play the map. However, this should soon be possible. The release is scheduled for December 25th. With the video you can prepare yourself now before you walk through the streets of "Quasi-Night-City" in Minecraft at Christmas.

Source: PC gamers

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