After the success of "The Witcher 3," it will not be easy for "Cyberpunk 2077" to surpass that popularity. However, it looks that CD Projekt RED is going to get a pretty good shot with the sci-fi Role Playing Game "Cyberpunk 2077." Even if CD Projekt Red is highly secretive about the details of the game, here is everything that you need to know about this highly anticipated game.

It is going to be bigger than 'The Witcher 3'

During an interview, CD Projekt Red mentioned that "Cyberpunk 2077" is going to be a huge project for the studio. According to the studio's visual effect artist, Jose Teixeira, the game is going to be bigger than anything else that the studio has created.

The head of the studio, Adam Badowski, also stated that the game would be even bigger, even better, and more revolutionary. Basing on the way the gaming studio was describing the development of "Cyberpunk 2077," gamers should expect an ambitious and big game once "Cyberpunk 2077" is released.

Different character classes to choose from

Mike Pondsmith, the creator of "Cyberpunk 2020" shared some details about the game's classes during an interview with Game Reactors last June. We can expect that the character classes from the original game will be carried over in "Cyberpunk 2077." These classes will not be limited to Cop, Rockerboys (rockers), Nomads, Netrunner (hackers), Corporate, Fixer (information brokers), Media (reporters and journalists), Solo (bodyguards and assassins), Med-Tech (doctors), and Techie.

Whether all of these character classes will be included in the game, that is remain to be seen. However, according to Pondsmith, a lot of these, if not all of them, will be in the game. With the vast character classes it will have, this sci-fi role playing game will work great with multiplayer features.

Flying vehicles

CD Projekt Red's jobs page showed a huge hint about what to expect in the game: Flying vehicles.

According to the job opening on their website, the gaming studio is looking for a vehicle game programmer who can create a vehicle-related code and knows the physics of flying and driving those vehicles. There was even a released animated GIF that is claiming to be part of the highly anticipated project. Although it is legitimate or not remains to be confirmed.

Although CD Projekt Red remains quiet about "Cyberpunk 2077's" exact launching date, the game will be scheduled to release by 2019. The game will be available for PC, Xbox One, and PS4.