Producer Richard Borzymowski told GamesRadar in August: "If you look at pure surface [in terms of] square kilometers, then Cyberpunk 2077 might even be a little bit smaller than The Witcher 3, but it's the density of the content, taking the world of The Witcher and squeezing it right in, deleting the wilderness between".
Dark Horse Comics and CD Projekt Red have officially revealed their special edition of Cyberpunk 2077, which will essentially serve as the Deluxe Edition of the game.
Presumably the world isn't covered in yellow snow. Months before the official release, our supposed first look at the map has been released, and while we just get a section of it, it looks like this one is going to be pretty big.
Moving on to the script itself, Blacha pulls out an impressive estimate: "It turned out that we wrote two thick book volumes of dialogue, and another whole two volumes of directorial comments to go alongside them". The book will contain various things, such as a Night City map cover, a slipcase featuring Night City graffiti, a Johnny Silverhand Poster, four vehicle postcard and some temporary tattoos taken from the Night City gangs. They can be travelled between by subway train, in the back of a taxi, or in your auto.
CD Projekt RED Cyberpunk 2077 has built a lot of hype.
Further demonstrating its "quality over quantity" approach with Cyberpunk 2077, CDPR recently suggested the game's main campaign will be shorter than The Witcher 3's story but will make up for it with greater replayability. The regular edition of The World of Cyberpunk 2077 is also available for pre-order. We'll be bringing you all the information (that matters) that we can get our hands on, between now and release.