Cyberpunk 2077 First-Impressions of the Full Game #cyberpunk
In just a few days (Dec. 10), Cyberpunk 2077, one of the most hotly anticipated (and delayed) videogames in the history of the genre, hits the streets. For fans of videogaming, and cyberpunk, it’s been a LONG, frustrating, and often controversial wait.
So, was the wait worth it? LastKnowMetal says “Aw, hell, yeah!” They were able to get a-hold of an early commercial copy, and after some time playing it, they are blow away.
At least from LKM’s early impressions, it seems that game is worthy of the hype. And the years of delays. The game appears to be as ridiculously customizable, immersive, and open-world as players hoped it would be. I can’t wait to climb in here myself.
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