Free Cyberpunk 2077 Goodies Collection being given away by GOG

GOG.com is giving away a free Cyberpunk 2077 Goodies Collection and it will be available to download until July 4th. We will make clear this is not free DLC for Cyberpunk 2077, but various items like wallpapers, concept art, and some images from the game itself. There is also more detail about the world of Cyberpunk 2077 given through the content so players can get a little bit more lore about the game. The full list of items is below, and it will weigh in at 4GB.

● Enhance your living room, computer desktop, and even mobile phone with beautiful Cyberpunk 2077 printable posters, digital wallpapers, and steelbook art.
● Learn more details about the dark world of the future thanks to cool Cyberpunk 2077 concept art, character renders, and weapon blueprints.
● Check out new, cool stuff like in-game ad posters and fresh concept art that will make you want to play Cyberpunk 2077 even more.
At 5pm BST, CD Projekt RED will be hosting the Night City Wire stream where a new trailer and new details about Cyberpunk 2077 will be announced. The stream is expected to last for approximately 25 minutes. CD Projekt RED announced that there will be free enhanced upgrades on PS5 and Xbox One for players who get the game on current gen consoles. Essentially, the current generation versions of the game will run just fine on next-gen consoles at launch, with CD Projekt Red then planning to come back to the game and give a free upgrade to a next-gen versions that take full advantage of their power.
CD Projekt RED announced that it had to delay Cyberpunk 2077 once again, shifting it from mid September to November 4th. That delay naturally had fans and pundits speculating about next-gen versions of the game, what with it being so close to the “Holiday 2020” window that Sony and Microsoft were already touting. Will it be out for next-gen consoles on day one? What will the toll be on the developers who face another two months of crunch?
Source: Press Release

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