Rumor: Cyberpunk 2077 Collector's Edition and Box Art Leaked

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Cyberpunk 2077 is unlike The Witcher in pretty much every way imaginable: The fantasy worlds of The Northern Kingdoms are replaced with the simultaneously refined and rusted free state of Northern California, a remnant of a collapsed America. The game was first teased in 2012 and fans had to wait six years after that for another solid glimpse at the game.

If that's not enough, it finally has a release date. After this stunt, though, I'm ashamed to admit that Keanu Reeves' appearance in the game has swayed me: I'm into it.

During today's Microsoft Xbox E3 2019 presentation, CD Projekt Red showed off a new story-based trailer for Cyberpunk 2077.

Daily Star Gaming will be covering each conference with a live stream - getting all the information to you as soon as it happens - but you can find a full rundown of when to expect the main news drops below.

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The collector's edition will include a map of the game's setting Night City, a world compendium, postcards, stickers, the game's soundtrack, desktop and mobile wallpapers, an art booklet and a sourcebook for Cyberpunk 2020.

While the game is titled Cyberpunk 2077, fans thankfully won't have to wait until then to actually play it.

Cyberpunk 2077 is a narrative-driven, open world RPG set in the most vibrant and risky metropolis of the future - Night City.