Concept art for the Cyberpunk 2077 Badlands area was recently shared online, offering us an insight into yet another one of the upcoming blockbuster’s distinct locales.
The new Cyberpunk 2077 Badlands art was shared by the official Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter account. You can check out the tweet below, which features four screenshots of the Badlands themselves.
Sparsely populated by Nomads, the Badlands are the vast plains outside of the city proper. Unchecked resource extraction, burning oil fields, rampant pollution; this district makes Night City feel like a rich oasis. But it holds golden opportunities for those in the know. pic.twitter.com/4hGJ9SQVjq
— Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) July 22, 2020
“Sparsely populated by Nomads, the Badlands are the vast plains outside of the city proper,” reads the tweet. “Unchecked resource extraction, burning oil fields, rampant pollution; this district makes Night City feel like a rich oasis.”
“But it holds golden opportunities for those in the know.”
CD Projekt Red appears to be slowly but surely revealing a range of Cyberpunk 2077 areas. Just yesterday, we got a look at the Heywood district, which is dubbed as “the biggest bedroom in Night City,” housing the majority of Cyberpunk 2077’s population.
We’ve also learned a lot of other details about Cyberpunk 2077 in recent weeks. For example, you can beat Cyberpunk 2077 without even completing the main quest, Also, it appears that Mox gang member Evelyn Parker – who we know from the Braindance scene shown during the prologue gameplay during last month’s Night City Wire – could have cybernetically-engineered Wolverine claws.
If you’re unsure what the Braindance is, it’s basically Cyberpunk 2077’s version of Geralt’s Witcher senses. Also, if you want to know more about the prologue, check out every single way the Maelstrom mission can possibly play out.
If you’d like to keep reading up on Cyberpunk 2077, we’ve got you covered. Be sure to check out our hands-on impressions after having spent four hours with the game – Alex called it “every video game you’ve ever played in one cybernetically-enhanced package.”