Cyberpunk 2077 Just Received a Full-Scale Interactive Map

Players can now explore Night City In a much better way!

This week Cyberpunk has had a ton of news. Right off the bat, CD Projekt announced that the game has now gone gold, which implies it is ready. Other than this, we additionally caught wind of the questionable crunching that was going on in the company. Last but not least, the entire map of the game was leaked, featuring Night City and its six districts.

Today, we have similar news as PureCyberpunk has just published an Interactive Map of Night City. The site isn’t official, but I’ve to say they have done a tremendous job. The map allows you to zoom and see various roads. Other than this, players can also check out various locations like V’s apartment, all gang hoods, stadiums, bars, and more. Along with locations, there is also Intel for gang members, Influential Individuals, and hints to multiple things you can find.

Cyberpunk 2077 Interactive Map
The map is crystal clear and bright

Interactive Maps are becoming immensely popular. Other similar games like Red Dead Redemption 2 and The Witcher 3 have also got one. These maps can be very helpful, as they facilitate players with locations and quests. On top of that, players can also explore numerous locations and make access points for their friends.

There are a few things you should know about this Cyberpunk 2077 interactive map. Firstly, this is fan-made, therefore, not every data point is there right now. The blog does say they plan on updating it regularly, once the game is released. Secondly, this map doesn’t claim it is the full map.

I talked about this in the previous leak, that the actual map could be really huge. This Interactive map has the exact meta of that which was leaked earlier. There is also another map, that is quite bigger and has wider boundaries. You can check more on that here.

Cyberpunk 2077 is set to join PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows on November 19. Further, the game will also join next-gen consoles and google’s cloud gaming service Stadia, in 2021 and late 2020 respectively.


Moiz Banoori

Reading and Writing Everything identified with the game's industry since 2013. A colossal admirer of Rockstar and CD Projekt Games. I can recall my gaming memories, all the way back to Tetris & Pepsiman. We have come a long way.
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