Try as I may, I can't shake a series of doubts with what should clearly be one of the most anticipated games of 2020, if not all time.
Because CD Projekt RED are one of my favourite developers. The Witcher 3 is one of my favourite games, and for the first few years of Cyberpunk 2077's rumoured existence, I was elated.
However, as more information has come out; the behind-closed-doors stage demos, extended gameplay and the overall feeling around the game right now, I think most people are looking forward to "the next thing from the Witcher 3 devs", rather than what's actually in Cyberpunk 2077 itself.
To break that down will take time and analysis - and I'll say right now, I hope I am DEAD WRONG about ever doubting the majesty of what is clearly a medium-pushing open world game with unprecedented scope - but I'd be lying if I said I was as excited for this, as the likes of The Last of Us 2.
Cyberpunk 2077 just isn't wowing as much as a game that's 4 months away likely should, and here's why.