Cyberpunk 2077 is so huge; it needs TWO discs for the physical version

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With Cyberpunk 2077 hopefully only a few weeks away, fans are getting more regular glimpses into Night City.

It also means that we should be getting more details into how the game is going to run, how well the older consoles (current-gen) will be able to handle it, and even some less exciting but no less interesting details.

One of those details is the size of the game, and we don't mean in metres or feet, but how much room it's going to take up digitally.

Thankfully, one Reddit user has let us all in on a fairly important bit of information.

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Cyberpunk 2077 is going to be massive

As reported by VG247, the Reddit user Mikeymorphin posted that the company they work for had just received a bunch of promo stuff, which they've taken to mean that the game won't be delayed again.

That's good to know and should hopefully mean the developers can stop crunching soon.

Alongside that, they also revealed that the box comes with stickers, postcards, game map, a world compendium, and digital content access.

Alongside that, there are actually two Blu-Ray discs for the game, likely one for the install and one to launch it.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Xbox Series X vs Xbox One

As well as that information, the latest episode of Night City Wire showed off some more footage from both the Xbox Series X and Xbox One.

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It's our first look at a comparison between the generations on these consoles, and it's a good chance to see just how much things will change based on your console.

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As you can see, the game is undoubtedly pretty, and things almost look a little bit blurry on Xbox One. It makes you wonder how well the original consoles are going to be able to handle the busier sections of the game, but we'll find out next month.

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