Cyberpunk 2077’s full map and physical edition contents leaked

It may not look like much, but the city’s sure to offer plenty to do (Pic: Imgur)

Images of a map and postcards included with physical copies of Cyberpunk 2077 have leaked online, reconfirming the map’s small size.

After being delayed twice, CD Projekt Red are determined to have the game out before the end of November, with the studio now enforcing crunch to do so.

While fans eager to get the game as quickly as possible may choose to download a digital copy, it’s been discovered that physical copies of the game do come with a couple of extra goodies.

Said goodies are a full map of Cyberpunk 2077’s setting, Nighty City, and some postcards featuring exclusive artwork.

Images have been leaked online via Imgur, making this our first proper look at Night City’s map.

This also reconfirms that the game’s map is smaller than The Witcher 3’s, which was first discovered when the deluxe edition was announced.

We’ve rarely seen the city in the daytime (Pic: Imgur)
Can’t wait to ruin these peoples’ day with a high-speed car chase (Pic: Imgur)
That awkward moment when everyone realises no one knows how to actually play pool (Pic: Imgur)

This isn’t too surprising considering the studio has made a point to make the game’s main campaign shorter than Witcher 3’s.

But while the map has a smaller footprint the game world is much more vertical than The Witcher 3, with many skyscrapers that can be entered and explored.

It’s also possible that the map could be expanded with free DLC, should said DLC take place in new areas of the city.

Cyberpunk 2077 will release for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on November 19. Versions of Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PlayStation 5 are scheduled to release next year.

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