Leaked Image of the PS4 Disc Box of Cyberpunk 2077 Reveals Storage Requirement of the Game for the System

Its 70GB

CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 has been a part of the news for quite a while now. The game has been delayed thrice, and the studio has been found guilty of ‘crunch’ despite its stance against the practice. Cyberpunk 2077 is definitely the most anticipated game of the current year, but another delay in the release date would make it the most anticipated game of the next year. Despite delays and controversies around the studio and game fans are eager to experience the new game.

The current release date of the game is December 10th, and it seems it will be the final release date. However, the leaks related to the game are still going strong. Now, an image of the PlayStation 4 disc box has been leaked. The images of the front and back cover of the disc box, as shown in the Tweet below, shows the contents of the box and, more importantly, the size of the game.

CDPR is known for adding goodies inside the standard edition box of its game, and Cyberpunk 2077 is no exception. According to the leaked image, the box contains a World compendium, stickers, postcards, and a copy of the game map. More importantly, Cyberpunk 2077 will be available in 2 discs similar to what we have seen in Red Dead Redemption 2. One of the discs will presumably be an install-only disc, while the other will be used to play the game. The Xbox One box art of the game leaked last month also mentioned that it would come in 2 discs.

Another important piece of information revealed by the back of the box is the tentative size of the game. The size of the game will be around 70GB, which is consistent with the storage requirements for the PC version of the game. Lastly, episode 5 of the Night City Wire show will air on Thursday, revealing more information on Keanu Reeves’s character Jhonny Silverhand.

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