New Details About Cyberpunk 2077 Emerge Thanks to E3 Pamphlet

Cyberpunk 2077 has to be one of CD Projekt Red’s most well-guarded secrets. Even back when it was teased, not much was known about the game apart from that it would be bigger than The Witcher 3 and that it would be an RPG. Even during E3, new details about Cyberpunk 2077 was sparse with no gameplay being accessible to the public. It was more than enough to frustrate fans, especially those who had been patiently waiting for gameplay ever since 2013.

However PC Gamer, one of the lucky few who managed to see Cyberpunk 2077’s impressive demo at E3, is here to shed some light on some questions that may not have been answered as extensively as we would have liked. During the demo presentation, CD Projekt Red brought some informative pamphlets for attendees and PC Gamer managed to snatch one for themselves.

The information below shows some new details about Cyberpunk 2077 that we’ve not been privy to before. Such as:

  • Night City is split into six districts: the bustling City Center, an immigrant district called Watson, the ritzy district of Westbrook, the suburbs of Heywood, the gang-controlled district of Pacifica, and finally Santo Domingo, where most of the city’s power plants and factories are located.
  • Maelstrom, one of the top gangs in Watson district, is led by a man named Royce.
  • Night City is built tall and emphasizes vertical exploration. You can also get around by car or motorcycle.
  • You always play as V, but you can play as a man or woman of your own design. You can also create your own backstory. Offering a hint at Cyberpunk 2077’s RPG elements, V can become a Netrunner, Techie, or Solo—or a mix of all of them.
  • ‘Ripperdocs’ like Doctor Victor, one of the characters from the demo, serve as both medical technicians and engineers who can patch up your fleshy bits or upgrade your augments as necessary.
  • You’ll also encounter ‘Fixers’ like Dexter Deshawn, a man with his hands in everything from assassinations to illegal trafficking routes.

It may not be enough to satisfy fans, but it is something to keep them going until more is shown. When that time will we be can’t say for sure.