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More on CD Projekt RED's Upcoming Announcement

This trailer from CD Projekt RED features pen-and-paper RPG creator Mike Poundsmith explaining the underpinnings of the RPG system in Cyberpunk 2077, the upcoming computer RPG. There's also an extensive feature here on the making of the recent teaser trailer for the game. Speaking of which, we have more from CD Projekt RED studio head Adam Badowski on the hidden tease for a February 5th announcement, which many think will be related to The Witcher series:

Many gaming fans noticed the hidden message in one frame of the teaser trailer. ďAs you may know, Cyberpunk 2077 isnít the only title we are working on. Those of you who watched the teaser trailer carefully know that something big is coming on the 5th of February. Everything will be clearer on that day. Right now I can only say that, for the first time in the history of our studio, it will be a fully open-world game (just like Cyberpunk will be). We also remember our gamesí trademark engrossing and non-linear storytelling. In the studio, the strong bond of these two elements - an open world and a captivating tale - is what everyone is trying to achieve. Both Cyberpunk 2077 and the second game draw upon these two pillars to bring our vision of a perfect RPG to life,Ē comments Badowski

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5. Re: More on CD Projekt RED's Upcoming Announcement Jan 17, 2013, 22:31 qsto
 
StingingVelvet wrote on Jan 17, 2013, 20:31:
I like complete open worlds a lot, but part of me is sad to see another game with segmented and very different areas like this go away. I'm not sure why the Deus Ex style of several mini open worlds appeals to me, but it does.

Either way can't wait for anything these guys make.
I can deffinitely attest to the attraction of multiple enclosed instances, rather than a single huge chunk of a world. Too often the "entirely open" gameworlds tend to be somewhat of a reprise through and through. When the dev actually splits the world into different smaller segments, each area becomes a lot more visually and thematically distinctive of eachother.

Having said that, CDPR is now in a position where I would be willing to throw my moneys at them without even knowing what that money will go to. They have convinced me that they truly care. Something that cannot be said about 90% of devs today.
 
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