Perhaps the biggest game of the year is Cyberpunk 2077, the title shooter and sandbox developed by CD Projekt Red. Cyberpunk, as a genre, revolves around dystopia and decadence. It is not a complete apocalypse, but life is clearly miserable and with a lot of misery. Inequality is more intense than ever, opulence is more absurd, and crime is more prevalent. It is like a continuation of life that we see with the current model, but led to an exaggeration that, despite everything, is quite credible. Inspired by this genre, they have announced Cuba2077.
Developed by Reparteros.inc, Cuba2077 is an indie project defined as a short game action and exploration in the third person. However, the most important thing about this brief experience seems to be its narrative aspect. This title places the players in Cuba in the year 2077. In these times, the Cuban dictatorship no longer exists and “everyone lives in prosperity.” It is in this environment that Juan Gabriel Castro (ja) appears, a tyrant who wants to create a dictatorship worse than Castro’s.
According to its developers, the game will have combat, missions, and history.
The strangest thing about this situation is that it is difficult to find information on Reporteros.inc. The only thing that is known that this is her second game and it is about a Cuban developer. This will launch on July 31 of this year for Steam.