Thanks to the goodies included with every physical copy of Cyberpunk 2077, we can now see the game’s full map.
Cyberpunk 2077, whose developer, CD Projekt Red, has gone into mandatory crunch to hit the advertised November release date, has not shown the full Night City map since its reveal.
We’ve seen bits and pieces about the culture and the visuals of the different districts, but never an overhead look at everything the world has to offer. It’s a good thing the game’s physical version comes with a print of the full map, then.
That very same item has found its way online, which indicates that manufacturing of the retail discs and the associated goodies has already begun. The picture (via Resetera), is not the greatest quality, but it does the job.
As CD Projekt Red indicated before, the overall surface area does appear to be smaller than The Witcher 3’s, but its urban world is much denser, thanks to the ability to enter many buildings. Indeed, CDPR aimed for a shorter main campaign compared to The Witcher 3 for the simple fact that so many players didn’t finish the latter.
Alongside that picture of the map, the postcards also included with the physical version of the game have appeared online. Outside of that, that version comes with some stickers, a reversible cover, and compendium for the game’s world.
Cyberpunk 2077 is out November 19 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S. You can pre-order a boxed copy on Amazon if you want these bonuses.