Concept art for the Cyberpunk 2077 Pacifica region recently surfaced online, revealing yet another one of CD Projekt Red’s highly anticipated blockbuster’s dystopian settings.
Details were shared on the official Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter page, including a brief description of the Pacifica region. The tweet also featured two accompanying screenshots.
“Pacifica could’ve been Night City’s money-making vacation resort, but once the investment dried up it became a husk left to rot,” reads the tweet.
“Now, instead of tourists, the district is overrun by gangs and violence, with The Voodoo Boys protecting the community forsaken by NCPD.”
You can check out the screenshots below, which provide a bird’s eye view of the Cyberpunk 2077 Pacifica region, as well as a closer look on the ground.
Slowly but surely, CD Projekt Red is rolling out details on the various locales that make up Night City and its surrounding areas. Last week, we were introduced to the Heywood district, also referred to as “the biggest bedroom in Night City” due to its position as the most populated area of Cyberpunk 2077.
We’ve also seen Santo Domingo, a more industrialized area, as well as Westbrook, a wealthy hub that includes Japantown and its notorious Tyger Claw gang. More recently, we got a look at some Badlands concept art, showcasing where Cyberpunk 2077’s Nomads live. Apparently, its highly-polluted plains make even the grimiest parts of Cyberpunk 2077’s inner city look like a “rich oasis.”
We’ve also learned some other details about Cyberpunk 2077 – for example, it seems that the game won’t allow you to dual-wield guns. Also, apparently you can finish Cyberpunk 2077 without even completing the main quest.
If seeing these new areas has you pumped for Cyberpunk 2077, make sure you check out our hands-on impressions. Alex spent four hours playing and concluded that Cyberpunk 2077 is basically “every video game you’ve ever played in one cybernetically-enhanced package.”