An hour of Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty footage has leaked online

CD Projekt Red is limiting Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty footage, but one user leaked anyway.
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September has been a great month for game releases, with another monumental release in Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty in just under a week on Tuesday, Sep. 26. As reviews begin to drop ahead of the release, it was stated that CD Projekt Red was limiting the release of footage to pre-recorded B-roll, which meant players will have to wait until launch for an official in-game look before the leaked footage.

Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty is set to introduce a range of new content that completely changes major parts of the game and allows players to enjoy new content for free. This is separate from the paid DLC shown in the video linked below, with players able to get a better look at the gameplay and updated combat over the original DLC, apparently recorded and watermarked by TheGamer.

Update on Sep. 20, 2023,12 p.m. CT: The Reddit post below has been removed from the subreddit, but the link on the hosting site is still up as of right now. However, this could change if CD Projekt Red or the recording party seeks to take it down.

The video shows the player as V engaging with the first hour and a half of their time in Night City’s new expansion. Everything from hacking to combat is shown in this in-depth look at the gameplay, while it has admittedly run into issues with the number of people trying to watch it. As of writing, the video has seen 440 downloads off the gofile website.

Check back at Try Hard Guides for all the latest information about the release of Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty.

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Christian Harrison

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