Cyberpunk 2077 Twitch Feed Goes Live With Cryptic “Data Transmission”
Cyberpunk 2077 screenshot

The hype for Cyberpunk 2077 was already crazy. Now, the Cyberpunk 2077 Twitch feed is live with 50,000 folks watching a stream full of random numbers and letters. Are the rest of us about to see some of the behind closed doors footage shown at E3 and Gamescom? We better.

UPDATE: Here’s 48 minutes of Cyberpunk 2077. CD Projekt Red stressed this is an early look of the game and that everything we see could be subject to change. Still, it looks fantastic and definitely gives us a sense of what the devs are aiming for in the final release.

It was cool listening to industry folks hyping up what they saw at E3. But after Gamescom? C’mon CD Projekt Red. Just slap a pre-alpha disclaimer on it and show it to us already.

I’ve embedded the Twitch stream below, or you can click here to go to the Twitch page.

Watch live video from CD PROJEKT RED on www.twitch.tv

The hype surrounding CD Projekt Red’s latest game is a little different than most games. It’s usually reserved for developers like Blizzard and Rockstar, or first party games from the big three. The insanely popular The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt guaranteed whatever CD Projekt Red churned out next would be one of the most anticipated games in recent years.

And the Cyberpunk 2077 Twitch feed only reinforces that. It’s a Monday morning in the U.S., and there are 54,000+ people watching numbers and letters scroll down a screen. The hype is real, and it’s massive.

Don’t feel like waiting for this “data transmission” to turn into something worth watching? Jackfrags saw the 50-minute gameplay demo at Gamescom and spent 20 minutes covering all the stuff he saw.

Yep, it’s hard not to get hyped after watching that video. And it makes the wait for seeing gameplay myself that much harder. Don’t let us down CD Projekt Red.

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