E3 is as yet a while away, yet it’s still close enough to answer the one that is at the forefront of everybody’s thoughts: Yes, Cyberpunk 2077 will be there.
Also, truly, Cyberpunk 2077 was at the past E3, so notwithstanding fiasco on an uncommon scale, there was no motivation to expect that it wouldn’t be back for 2019, as well. The expectation is that it will be a freely playable appearance this time around, as opposed to a year ago’s behind-shut entryways sessions, an expectation that is supported by the way that CD Projekt said the previous summer that the game is completely playable from beginning to end.
Cyberpunk’s 2018 turn was the game’s first appearance at E3, which is somewhat momentous given that it was reported an entire six years sooner. The uplifting news for enthusiastic fans is that it went over truly well: It was significantly more of a shooter than the vast majority of us expected, however, that ended up being even more a cheerful shock than anything, and the introduction, at last, earned our “Best of E3 2018” grant.