Cyberpunk 2077 — Postcards From Night City leaked physical edition bonus content

Cyberpunk 2077 Physical Edition’s Bonus Content Leaked

  • Author: Daniel Downey
  • Date: October 5, 2020

A reddit post on Sunday revealed what appears to be the bonus content for ordering the physical edition of Cyberpunk 2077. Although yet to be officially confirmed, the images appear believable enough, and include a physical map of Night City as well as postcards featuring a few Night City locations.

The Map of Night City

The map is perhaps the most interesting part of the leak, as it is our first good look at the layout of the various districts of Night City. It also gives us a decent sense of the topograhy and layout of much of Night City; you can clearly see how Westbrook sits in the hills overlooking the City Center, and the map has major roads and highways highlighted in yellow. Other points of interest appear labeled in red, though it is impossible to make out what the text says (let us know if you can read it).

Cyberpunk 2077 Night City Map Leak
Good to have if your cyberware stops working, I suppose

Greetings from Night City

The physical edition bonus content might also contain three postcards, featuring a few different locations. One is a classic “Greetings from…” postcard of a aerial view of the Pacifica district waterfront. There is also a postcard of Japantown, and one that features “El Coyote Cojo”, which means “The lame coyote” in Spanish. Since people are playing pool in a smoky room, this last location is almost certainly a bar.

Cyberpunk 2077 Physical Edition Leak postcards
One wonders how many postcards actually get sent to or from Night City

Despite not yet being confirmed as the actual bonus content players will recieve with the physical copy of the game, there doesn’t seem to be any reason to doubt that the map and postcards are legit. CD Projekt Red gave players similar content with the physical version of the Witcher 3, so it isn’t surprising that they’re planning on doing the same for Cyberpunk 2077. If you were on the fence about whether or not you wanted to get your hands on a boxed copy of CP2077, hopefully the map and postcards will help you make up your mind.

Will you buy a physical copy of Cyberpunk 2077? Let us know in the comments!

About the Author
Daniel Downey
An avid reader of sci-fi, fantasy, and history. Believes disagreement should mean discourse, not flame wars. Still searching for that next game that grabs him the way (those mimics in) Dark Souls did.
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