In the latest episode of Night City Wire, CD Projekt Red gives us another close look at the development of Night City, and the dynamics of the multitude of gangs dominating the many sectors of Cyberpunk 2077.
Senior Level Designer Miles Tost from the Cyberpunk dev team revealed in this episode that Night City was based off modern day California. Tost added that the city infrastructure was divided into districts, each with their own style and architecture based on the type of community and the industry thriving there, and is even further subdivided into sub-districts. The evolution of the concrete structures that tower around Night City can be seen from inside and out with meticuluous infrastructure designs that the Cyberpunk team made. Adding to that meticuluousness is having a thriving community filled with stories and side quests that bring Night City to life.
And speaking of community, Night City Wire episode 3 also featured the many gangs dominating the many districts of the city. Each gang has been developed to have its own culture, laws, and its rivals, which opens up the player to numerous possibilities in role-playing, questing, and in combat.
Last but not least, this latest episode also revealed the game’s minimum and recommended specs!
Cyberpunk 2077, an open-world, action-adventure story from CD PROJEKT RED, is coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on November 19th, 2020, with the version for Google Stadia set to launch the same year. The game will also be playable on Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 consoles when available.
For more info, visit the game’s official website and social media pages: