Whether it was returning franchises or the slew of exciting new intellectual properties on display, there was a lot on-hand to experience at E3 2018, and we consider CD Projekt Red's Cyberpunk 2077 to be one of the best games at this year's expo. Now, it sounds like the project could be even better than we initially imagined, as a team member for the developer recently declared that the forthcoming open world action-RPG will not have loading screens.
This much was stated by CD Projekt Red's Associate Design Director Kyle Rowley, as he was asked in Cyberpunk 2077's official Discord server whether or not the game would contain "loading screens from area to area". Interestingly enough, this led Rowley to reply that the action-RPG will have “no loading screens after the initial load into the game,” potentially signifying that the whole experience will somewhat seamless.
Considering all of the technical and gameplay details that have been released thus far, the removal of loading screens after the initial booting up of Cyberpunk 2077 ought to be an incredibly wonderful sight to behold. After all, as evidenced by our gameplay demo of the action-RPG, Cyberpunk 2077's in-game environments are densely populated and incredibly detailed, so an uninterrupted flow of action will definitely be an impressive feature to experience.
Taking everything into account, Cyberpunk 2077 is definitely shaping up to be one of the most unique-looking and intriguing games in development, and this has understandably caused fans to clamor for any information related to when it officially hits store shelves. Unfortunately, though, CD Projekt Red has yet to announce when it will launch. With this being the case, some have speculated that Cyberpunk 2077 might have a potential release date set a few years from now.
Cyberpunk 2077 is currently in development for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, but lacks an official release date.
Source: Spiel Times