Cyberpunk 2077 is the most anticipated game of 2020. There’s lots to anticipate about it such as its in-depth character customisation that will even allow you to customise your genitalia, and there’s also the fact that it’s an RPG first and foremost as opposed to Cyberpunk GTA. While lots of us are desperate to finally play the game, some people are asking if there will be a beta following the news about fake access emails being sent to some individuals.
Although everyone understands and is doing their damndest to be as patient as possible, it’s easy to understand how disappointed lots of people are about Cyberpunk 2077 having been delayed multiple times throughout 2020. Obviously we’d like to play the game as early as humanly possible, but – at the very least – the news about free upgrades for PS5 and Xbox Series X makes the agonising wait more rewarding.
But, if you were hoping to ease the waiting time via access to a beta, then there’s unfortunately nothing but bad news.
Cyberpunk 2077 beta access
CD Projekt RED have confirmed on Twitter that there are fake beta access emails being sent to some individuals.
Fake emails concerning beta access appeared back in 2019, but they have resurfaced once more for Cyberpunk 2077.
Over on the game’s official Twitter account, CD Projekt RED have clarified how to know when an email is officially from them.
You can find the tweets below:
Will there be a Cyberpunk 2077 beta?
There are no plans for an official Cyberpunk 2077 beta.
Some people have been asking CD Projekt RED if they will deliver an official beta for Cyberpunk 2077, but the developers have said that there are no plans.
This will disappoint those who had hopes of playing the game prematurely, but we’ll all just have to wait until its release in November.
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