The official Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter account just ended more than four years of silence. 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. What the hell are we supposed to make of it? Normally that's the kind of silly little message you'd scroll right past, but after so long and hearing so little about Cyberpunk 2077, people were just happy for the utter radio silence to be over. That said, if you look at the HTML encoding for the tweet you can find a hidden messa- kidding. It's literally just a beep. Let's keep those excited reaction gifs rolling before the ennui creeps back in. 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. Also, you don't just leave an account … [Read more...] about The Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter account made its first noise in four years and people are freaking
CD Projekt announced Cyberpunk 2077 in 2012, rolled out a really cool cinematic teaser in 2013, and hasn't said a damned thing about it since. The Cyberpunk Twitter account, in fact, hasn't made a noise since December 5, 2013. Until today. There's been no other sign of life—no replies, no winkie emojis, no nothing—but those six characters all by themselves were enough to spark a tidal wave of excitement (and a tiny slice of surprise that someone at CDPR actually remembers the Cyberpunk Twitter password) among followers and fans. The replies make up a nigh-endless stream of memes that don't repeat nearly as much as you might expect. It's really impressive. (It's incredibly juvenile, I know, but I can't stop laughing at this one in particular.) I've developed a habit over the years of hassling CD Projekt's PR reps about Cyberpunk every time they email me about something else. They, in turn, have grown used to politely but firmly blowing me off. Today, I actually got to … [Read more...] about Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter account comes to life after four years of silence
Cyberpunk 2077 was revealed all the way back in 2013 with a trailer and the game’s very own Twitter account has been inactive for last 3 years until now as Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter account has posted for the first time in three years. However, nothing of importance has been revealed by Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter account as all it says is “beep”, which might be to refer that it is still alive or CD Projekt Red might be preparing to reveal something soon. Also, there is a report making rounds on the internet suggesting that there will be a Cyberpunk 2077 Social Hub that will essentially be a bridge between the game’s single-player and multiplayer experiences. It seems that CD Projekt Red might be looking to create something similar to The Farm in Destiny 2 or Headquarters in Call of Duty: WW2. CD Projekt Red has been very quiet when it comes to Cyberpunk 2077. Not much is known except some rumors about the game and a rumor has been making rounds on the … [Read more...] about Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter Account Tweets For The First Time In 3 Years, Teaser Coming Soon?
Tales get told on the internet and not all of them are true, and a wild story about the development of Morrowind that recently popped up on 4chan definitely had a hard-to-believe ring to it. But it led someone claiming to be a former employee of 2K Marin to suggest that, based on his experiences while working on BioShock 2, the story was at least possible. When another commenter questioned the purported dev's credentials, he proved it by revealing a hidden debug code that, he claimed, had never been seen before. "In BioShock 1, go to the second half of Hephaestus where you first encounter Ryan in person. Use Incinerate to get you down to 1 HP, then use it again on the area where the cutscene triggers and walk into it. You'll die right when the scene starts, but wind up in a Vita Chamber outside the map. Turn on Art Captions and you'll see a developer message about Paul Hellquist not doing his job," the mystery developer wrote. "No one has found this bug yet publicly, it's in all … [Read more...] about BioShock developer confirms that obscure Easter egg debug message is real
Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube This is a golden age of videogames. More than ever before, people from all backgrounds are making games using freely accessible tools that industry pioneers of the '80s and '90s could only dream of. The only problem now is information overload; with more games than anyone could ever process, what are you to do? It's that time of the week again, and PCGamesN returns to help you cut through the noise, and tune your signal into some of the most intriguing experiments in the indie scene this week, one enticing image at a time. Check out the latest crop below, and check back next week for more. Plus check our our lineup from last week, January 14th, if you missed it! As with last week, these games are picked from the most recent roundup on the #ScreenshotSaturday tag, but if there's a better trailer available than the latest animated GIF shown, we may use that. Any or all of these games could be the next big thing. Here's some of the … [Read more...] about Indies In Development: This week’s most promising picks from #ScreenshotSaturday