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Xbox One X and base machines still aren't good enough.
Unbelievably, it works - but is it playable?
From Night City to the coffee table.
Stability improvements and bug fixes - but is there anything more?
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Optimised settings can increase frame-rate by up to 35 per cent.
Pushing the new Red Engine to its limits.
All the best prices for 2020's biggest RPG on launch day.
Impressions of the first 40 hours ahead of our final review.
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The cat's out of the bag.
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From Aliens to Cyberpunk via the Mass Effect arc.
A sprawling cybernetic world.
Plus: our first look at the PC's ray tracing features.
Bring Night City home.
"You babysit the baby for a while."
Vampire dancing! Sad execs! Arguments!
Keanu believe how much is in it?
A behind the scenes look at a messy affair.
Tripping meatballs from Mario to Cyberpunk.
"Every game you buy which includes DRM is, in a way, inferior."
How marginalised developers are reclaiming the term from AAA.
CD Projekt on transhumanism, gender fluidity and what's beyond Night City's walls.
A deep dive on character classes and augmentations.
Feature | We watched 50 minutes of uncut Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay and interviewed CD Projekt about it
Here's everything we know.
Feel the chemistry.
"This is pretty posh for a bunch of guys working in a broom closet."
How the studio behind The Witcher went from a Polish car park to open world glory.