because we want it, but no public transport or train has been shown except for the E3 2018 CGI (= useless) trailer.Why do I have a recollection that you can travel via train? I even remember getting a bit excited since it almost sounded like it was an interactive event (not too much unlike what I had been suggesting).
It was 2018, so time has passed, but I don’t remember seeing anything to the contrary either.
Back from 11 days of CP2077 abstaining due to vacation. I gotta say I haven’t missed much. If anything I wish I had not even seen it.Back from a ban for being naughty, I have to say I'm pretty disappointed in the "deep dive" we saw. If that's deep, CP2077 is as deep as a puddle. I didn't see anything that wowed or impressed me in any way. I actually thought the 2018 footage looked more unique compared to other games. This years footage looked like it could have been from anyone, with any genre.
Having a better confirmed look at the skill tree, it's mostly combat. I think at this point everyone should be able to figure out it's an action adventure shooter with RPG elements. I don't have anything wrong with that as long as it's not made out to be something it's not. From last year to this year, it should be obvious what kind of game it is. We haven't seen a single thing play out with RPG choice, other than shoot em up. The dialogue options have been minimal even. Blah.
D-bomb. The screenshot from the puddle-splash video looks very blurry, especially visible on the mirror section, Johnny and shopping cart.Any thoughts?
What the heck are you talking about?I was looking for some Tokyo Cosplay stuff and found this.
Looks like Keanu was there too. Hes sticking with CDPR longer than I thought.
Does anybody wanna bet they use him to promote the Polish Vodka too? Bikes and Vodka cant go wrong with that.
Correct. Of course. As you know, we are not worthy to see the full 50 (or 25, or 30) minutes, because they contain spoilers (and the edited 15 minutes contained no spoilers, obviously), and because... uh... don't worry about it, peasant.
Still nothing for peasants like me at home, right?