CD Prokekt Red expands Cyberpunk 2077 further with official novel

A novel based on the world of CD Projekt Red Cyberpunk 2077 will be released next year.

The official Cyberpunk Twitter account has announced (below) that the novel, titled Cyberpunk 2077: No Coincidences, will be released in August 2023. It is written by the science author. Polish fiction writer Rafał Kosik and will tell the story of a group of strangers who discover the dangers of the Night City.

Not much else has been said about the novel, but CD Projekt Red has confirmed that a Polish version will also be released. The front cover of the book was also revealed, seemingly showing two versions of the same character holding the throat of a cyborg.

Cyberpunk 2077 has had a recent revival following its rather disastrous launch and CD Projekt Red is now doubling its reach both inside and outside the game.

The developer is currently working on the game’s major expansion, Phantom Libertywill be released in 2023 and continue the story of V and Johnny Silverhand as they swear allegiance to the New United States of America. It also recently announced a sequel to Cyberpunk 2077codenamed Orion, it will develop at its new studio, CD Projekt Red North America, with a team of hundreds of developers.

Cyberpunk has also had success with the recent Edgerunners anime series premieres on Netflix in September 2022.

Its reception probably bodes well for subsequent adaptations, as in our 9/10 review“Cyberpunk: Edgerunners offers a satisfying return to the Night City, which does a better job of uncovering why Mike Pondsmith’s famous venue became so iconic in the first place,” IGN said.

Ryan Dinsdale is a freelancer on IGN. He would talk about The Witcher all day.


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