CD Projekt Red has a fondness for communicating directly with fans where they can, so keep an eye on your inbox. The studio has begun emailing those who cracked a password found in Cyberpunk 2077’s E3 trailer – and it’s doing it in the guise of a futuristic car company.
The studio stuffed their trailer full of secrets – a lengthy text message to fans, a bunch of Xbox codes for The Witcher 3, and the details of a hidden website. You can still find it by entering 18.104.22.168 if you want to feel like a hacker, or now more easily via the official Cyberpunk site.
The page asks for credentials to log into the system of a company called QUADRA, who specialise in ‘high-performance automotive solutions with a soul’.
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The password was ‘NC20 CP77’, but there was a limit to the number of people who could enter it – those that did were met by an ASCII-style version of the CD Projekt logo, and now by an accompanying email.
The email congratulates the recipient on becoming eligible for a QUADRA VIP Welcome Package, which the company will send over once they have a delivery address. This sounds like the makings of a large-scaleCyberpunk ARG, so we look forward to hearing what those packages contain.
There’s no officialCyberpunk 2077 release datejust yet, but we’re expecting it by the summer next year.