Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter Account Reboots With Cryptic Message

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An announcement regarding the Cyberpunk 2077 video game may be coming soon.

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At the same time, Olson also said that the IRS can also make changes to help taxpayers within its current budget. The tax deadline will be April 17 this year, two days later than the yearly April 15 cutoff.

Simple as the tweet itself may be, its timing does have some significance; it was sent five years to the day after Cyberpunk 2077's first and only teaser trailer was published. CD Projekt Red was busy developing The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt at the time, which is why little information was ever revealed about Cyberpunk 2077.

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And if we're only getting real info now, when should we expect an actual release - do we think Cyberpunk 2077 will be a PS5, Xbox Two release? Despite the public knowing about it's existence for almost six years now, we know nothing about it and developer CD Projekt Red is more than content to keep things that way. I wish I could tell you that we now know the official release date for the next game from the Witcher studio, or at least when we'll get to see the actual game and not just a CGI trailer... but... just look at the tweet. While this may seem like nothing major, Cyberpunk 2077's official Twitter account recently broke the silence by composing its very first tweet since 2013.

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So far, all that's known about Cyberpunk 2077 is that it's a follow-up of sorts to Mike Pondsmith's 1988 game, Cyberpunk 2020 (Pondsmith is also consulting on the new title), and that it's a non-linear role-playing game built on CD Projekt Red's newly-constructed REDengine 4. When it was first announced, the developer said that it would feature a single-player story and multiplayer.

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