In the past few hours, bad news has been confirmed for the lucky ones who will be physically present at theE3 2019 of Los Angeles, cyberpunk 2077 will not be playable at the showfloor of the fair. To confirm it was the same CD Project Red through the profile Twitter di Marcin Momot, Global Community Leader of the study:
To answer many questions about the demo and whether or not @CyberpunkGame will be playable at E3 - we are going to be hosting gameplay presentations (game played by us) in that cinema.
Obviously the game will still be present at the event, with new gameplay which will be shown by the developers themselves in dedicated presentations. However, the bitterness remains in the mouth for those who hoped to be able to try out a new build of the game, after the one shown last Gamescom.
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