Warning: the following article contains mild spoilers for Cyberpunk 2077.
The hype is real for CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 and we’ve now gotten our first look at the game’s rating. Ratings descriptions can often give players a clue as to what’s coming in an unreleased game, and Cyberpunk is no exception.
According to the ratings info that’s appeared online, Cyberpunk 2077 promises drug use, violence, sex, foul language, sexual language, sexual exploitation, nudity, cruelty and prostitution, among other things.
The game has earned a rating of 18+, and really, who’s surprised?!
As the ratings list picked up traction on Twitter, Cyberpunk 2077’s lead quest developer, Paweł Sasko, retweeted the image, writing: “You surprised? We don’t f*ck around.”
Thankfully, we don’t have too long to wait to experience Cyberpunk 2077. While many game studios and publishers are scrambling to meet deadlines due to the COVID-19 and coronavirus pandemic, CD Projekt Red has assured its millions of fans that Cyberpunk 2077 is on track for its September release.
During a recent investor call, CD Projekt Red’s SVP of business development, Michal Nowakowski, has promised gamers that development is going mostly as planned. A Day One patch is to be implemented on release to fix some issues caused by the lockdown, specifically, with voice acting.
He said in a statement: “There are some difficulties with the localization process, specifically with recording some of the actors. Most of the studios are closed down right now, at least for the time being.
“However, we have managed to record the vast majority of the voice-overs, but there are always some last pick-up sessions, and we’re not very worried about that because that’s something we can record even later and add in the form of a digital patch, so by the moment the customers will actually buy the game in September they would just download a file which would add the missing pieces of recordings, but that process has been hampered a little bit.”
Cyberpunk 2077 is due to launch September 17, 2020, after being pushed from its original release date of April. It will be available for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
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