If we consider that Cyberpunk 2077 is easily the most anticipated game of the rest of the year, it is not uncommon for malicious users and companies to have found in it a perfect bait for gamers. So, from CD Projekt they recommend their followers to take precautions when browsing their emails.
“If you’ve recently received an email claiming to grant you access to a Cyberpunk 2077 beta, it’s not ours,” say The Witcher’s parents on Twitter. “Unfortunately, more of these have been shipped over the past few weeks. When we contact you, it will always be through an address @ cdprojekt.com .”
The message continues in a second tweet: “The same goes for content creators. We will always contact you directly through a domain @ cdprojekt.com. If a third party contacts you, claiming to work with us, such as an advertising agency, for example, you can assume that it is not legitimate. “
CD Projekt confirm NO OFFICIAL PLANS FOR A BETA by replay to @not_Imani
The bottom line is that the idea of playing Cyberpunk 2077 before its beta release is as succulent as it is unreal. And there will be no demo either, so there is only one option left to play it. After a few delays, it finally seems that on November 19 we can get hold of the new RPG and adventure game. It will be available on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and also on Stadia and new generation consoles. The latter does not have a release date, but both are expected by the end of the year.