While Cyberpunk 2077 has been pushed back once more, that hasn't stopped CD Projekt RED from sharing even more about the world of Night City and beyond. The latest inside look offers interested gamers a first-hand look at one of the oldest districts of the game: Santo Domingo. 

According to the studio," Santo Domingo is one of Night City's oldest districts. Corporations use it as a testing ground for industrial projects, destroying old factories just to build new ones, while residents scrape a desperate living in crowded megabuildings - wishing for something better." 

The below images aren't in-game screens, instead concept art to show off the grim vibe that the team aims to achieve: 

Night City is expansive and we've been learning a lot more about just how expansive it is over the past year. "For most, despite pervasive violence and poverty, leaving Night City is not an option," said CD Projekt RED about Night City previously. "Everyone is a lone wanderer in their own right and Night City presents an undying hope for fame and success where failure is the ultimate fear. Self-preservation and self-promotion—not money—are the driving forces behind societal advancement. In order to be someone, you have to be more than yourself. To become immortal, you have to become a brand, an ideal."

Many of the in-game districts have been inspired by real places that people are familiar with today, but with a Cyberpunk and gritty twist. It will be very interesting to see what the team reveals next, including if we have any Anders-like revolutionists to fight alongside V.

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