Cyberpunk 2077 – Where to preorder next year’s biggest game on Xbox One, PS4 and PC
CD Projekt Red's futuristic blockbuster is coming on April 16th 2020, and it looks to be incredible based on gameplay footage shown by the developer today.
In this chunk of gameplay, we saw plenty of action as protagonist V falls ever further into the underbelly of aptly named Night City.
If you're looking to work out which edition of Cyberpunk 2077 is right for you, we've listed the contents of each below – as well as where you can pick the game up.
Cyberpunk 2077 Standard Edition
The cheapest way to get into 2020's most anticipated title, the Standard Edition of Cyberpunk 2077 comes with both physical and digital items. You'll get the game, a compendium detailing the game's setting and lore, postcards from Night City, a map of the city, and some stickers too. In terms of digital content, you'll get the game's soundtrack, an art booklet, a sourcebook from the tabletop game and wallpapers for desktop and mobile.
GAME – PS4 – £49.99
Amazon – PS4 – £49.99 (with Limited Edition Exclusive Steelbook)
GAME – Xbox One – £49.99
Amazon – Xbox One – £49.99 (with Limited Edition Exclusive Steelbook)
GAME – PC – £49.99
Amazon – PC – £49.99 (with Limited Edition Exclusive Steelbook)
Cyberpunk 2077's Collector's Edition is exclusive to Game, and while it may be in limited supply it's well worth looking for. It offers the same content as the Standard Edition, while also offering a hardcover art book, an incredible statue of the game's protagonist V, a set of metal pins, a metal keychain, an annotated copy of "A Visitor's Guide to Night City" sealed in an evidence bag and embroidered patches.
GAME – PS4 – £249.99
GAME – Xbox One – £249.99
GAME – PC – £249.99
Cyberpunk has been the talk of the town for some time, but the hype train went into overdrive at E3 this year when Keanu Reeves appeared in the game and on Microsoft's stage to confirm the release date of 16th April.
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Developer CD Projekt Red's previous game, The Witcher 3, was recently confirmed for a release on the Nintendo Switch. Our Games Writer Jason Coles previewed it, saying "in under a second, I forgot I was playing on a handheld console, and instead was struck by how pretty the game was."
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