Cyberpunk 2077 was meant to release later this week, but it was of course delayed once again. Now scheduled for 10th December, the gigantic sci-fi RPG is now just a few weeks away after a seriously drawn-out development. One retailer employee has given fans a glimmer of hope that it really will launch next month, with photos of point-of-sale display materials for the game arriving in store.
Reddit user Mikeymorphin shared an image of promotional Cyberpunk stuff, such as balloons, banners, and card display boxes. Today, the same user has shared a couple more photos of said display boxes, which mirror the physical game's cover art. In the top right corner, it's revealed that if you buy a boxed version of the PlayStation 4 game, it will come on two Blu-ray discs, just like The Last of Us: Part II and Red Dead Redemption 2.
The other image shows the back of the box, which reveals the minimum storage required for the game. According to this box, Cyberpunk 2077 will take up a minimum of 70GB on your PS4's hard drive. In the grand scheme of things, that doesn't sound too bad.
We're lined up to learn a little more about CD Projekt RED's anticipated title very soon, as the latest Night City Wire broadcast goes live on 19th November.