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-scale Cyberpunk ARG, so we look forward to hearing what those packages contain.
There’s no official Cyberpunk 2077 release date just yet, but we’re expecting it by the summer next year.