The wait for ‘Cyberpunk 2077′ is almost over! Now its time for you to fasten yourself and make your cut! But how can you get early access to the game? Where can you play the game? Well, here’ the answer.
In an official sense, the release date for ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ is December 10, 2020. But when it comes to the dates they are always complicated and tricky. Our time may not be the same with the other when it comes to a global definition of day and date. And since the game is to be accessed by everyone equally, one may find it a bit challenging.
Gamers in the United States will be able to begin exploring CD Projekt Red’s near-future dystopia on Wednesday at 7 p.m. Eastern. But there’s a nifty tricky Xbox One and Series X|S users can use to being playing the long-awaited title even sooner.
The game will unlock at 12:00 AM local time on December 10 and if you’re playing on console—that is to say, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PS5 or PS4, the answer here is pretty simple.
Desperate to play Cyberpunk 2077? Well here’s a solution!
It’s PC and Stadia where thing get a little different. On those platforms, CD Projekt Red is doing a coordinated global launch at 12:00 AM GMT, so it comes out earlier or later depending on which side of the world you’re on. Considering the global release of the game on the map, for those on the East Coast of the United States, will be able to get hold of the game in an evening session starting at 7:00 PM EST. Those on the West Coast can go about things even more leisurely, beginning at 4:00 PM Pacific and those in the middle will split the difference.
Here’s another tip! While the game is installing, you can prep your Xbox to run it by opening up the console’s SETTINGS menu. From there, navigate to the SYSTEM tab and select the LANGUAGE & LOCATION menu. This will take you to a separate menu where you have the options to change the language and location for your Xbox.
Open the location option and scroll down to NEW ZEALAND and set it as your system’s location. Finally, restart your Xbox and Cyberpunk 2077 should boot right up, as long as you’ve completed the download.
Meanwhile ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ has taken a surprising turn of events, when it is announced that it will be playable through Steam Play on Linux operating systems starting tomorrow. For this, the only requirements are an AMD Radeon graphics card, a Steam copy of the game (obviously), and the Mesa 20.1 git (Mesa is an open-source implementation for APIs like OpenCL and Vulkan). Though it may sound strange, please note that you won’t want to use an Nvidia card.
Even though one can play the game in Linux, one has to wait until tomorrow for further information regarding when the game will be released and how well it will perform on Linux. If you plan on trying it out on Linux all you’ll need to do is check the Steam settings to ensure that Proton 5.13-4 is selected before proceeding to launch the game.