Cyberpunk 2077, tweeted *beep* after 5 years of silence.
CDPR is listed as one of the participants of this year E3
There was a a hidden message with "EEE" written on it (which could mean Electronic Entertainment Expo/E3), and it all happened during a recent presentation with CDPR's president. There are two things pointing out that it was intentional, 1: the CDPR logo doens't change, 2: in the video it is possible to see the president pressing a button at the exact same second the hidden message appears.
Cyberpunk 2077 may be at this E3. (gryonline.com has sources saying that the game will be at E3 with a closed doors gameplay)
gryonline.com said that the info profided by their sources fits with what a youtuber "LegacyKillaHD" that said CDPR have contacted sony to possibly to possibly prepare for a Playstation presentation (RUMOR)
Perturbator may work in the game soundtrack. (he only hinted though)
Bryan Mantia is working on the soundtrack according to him himself.
The key points poster was spotted at CDPR studio very recently (implying those points haven't changed since 2013)
Adam Kcinski confirmed (again) that the game will have a custom character and multiple classes, he also said they're ready for next generation.
I've watched this a few times over the past... year or two, I think. Not overly hyped tbh, but definitely at least interested.
Didn't know the video was a job advert until I skimmed this thread -- but I had been wondering how it could look so realistic (graphics-wise...) for something released in 2013.
Also, the music is awesome.
I should've clarified, my bad. In the trailer, there's a brief frame with a hex code:
:0000 A9 00 AA 20 EF FF 08 8A :0008 4C 02 00
... which is followed by:
This is what a 6502-compatible computer display looks like. It is the same one used in the [redacted].
The hex above is a program that checks the display and attachments. For more info download Raven Microcyb SIM6502.
A link to it is provided in the related links section of the display.
I've dug around on Reddit and Discord a bit, but was unable to solve it. Perhaps you have an idea what it could be, perhaps it means nothing. But it's there if you wanna have a go.
Hmmmm I've never seen it discussed that the text has any greater meaning. I think it was just meant to have some netrunner sounding equipment. I suppose the implication could be that it's all a braindance ... but I don't think it's anything too significant.
Raven microcyb was a hardware maker (netrunner stuff as well as cyberware) in the old P&P game from the early days of the game.
6502s were neat in the early 80s but outclassed by a lot of stuff by '87, though.
I honestly have bought less than 10 games since the announcement of CP2077 and Star Citizen. The money I usually would have spent buying every game released I have funneled into SC. You can bet your ass if they make a $200 Collectors set for this game, I'm going to own that in a heartbeat.
Raven microcyb was a hardware maker (netrunner stuff as well as cyberware) in the old P&P game from the early days of the game. 6502s were neat in the early 80s but outclassed by a lot of stuff by '87, though.