Cyberpunk 2077 Dev Has Played Over 175 Hours, Still Hasn't Beaten It

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Cyberpunk 2077 launches next month, but one playtester has spent over 175 hours in the game – and still not seen everything.

CD Projekt Red's lead QA tester, Lukasz Babiel, has revealed information about his playtime in response to a fan's query on Twitter.


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Cyberpunk 2077 Dev Has Played Over 175 Hours, Still Hasn't Beaten It

"Not really [a completionist time]," Babiel explained.

"That’s just one of my ongoing slow-paced playthroughs on the hardest difficulty where I play more stealthy than usual, loot everything, use every feature the game has to offer, I take my time.”


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That's sure to be music to many ears, especially after some had felt worried that there would be a lack of content after CD Projekt Red revealed the game's campaign would be shorter than that of The Witcher 3.

Still, with Cyberpunk 2077 offering a variety of player "builds" and various opportunities to progress, it's likely that no two quests will be the same.

While The Witcher 3 was undoubtedly massive in scope and did factor in a degree of player choice, expect Cyberpunk to eclipse it with a huge amount of emergent gameplay opportunities.


As we reported earlier, copies of the game have been released early, meaning there are spoilers out in the wild, so beware of spoilers.

We've also got gameplay footage of the game running on Xbox One and Xbox Series X.