Cyberpunk 2077 is already set to be one of the most anticipated and in-demand games of 2020. Only a handful of games can compete with Cyberpunk 2077 for hype and excitement because CD Projekt Red has already established itself as one of the best RPG developers of all time, following the success of The Witcher games. Fans have already seen the gameplay stream of Cyberpunk, which showed off some of the coolest gameplay mechanics and features in the game. However, that’s not enough, and fans want a more in-depth look at the futuristic world of Cyberpunk.

Fortunately, CD Projekt Red is keen on sharing the beautiful art and imagery of the game through different channels. Recent images come by way of Twitter and offer a 4K look at Night City and its surroundings. Night City is supposed to be the central location in the game and has been built with the help of actual city planners. It’s expected that players will be spending the bulk of their time in this gruff location. Those who want a detailed look at all the locations and their offerings will be disappointed to know that these new pictures don’t really show off anything of importance; these only show off the dark aesthetics of the city. Here are all the shared images via Cyberpunk 2077’s official Twitter account.

Fans who are looking for high-quality Cyberpunk wallpapers will be glad to find out that all three of the shared images are 4K resolution, which makes it easier for users to use the images as desktop background. A lot of what has already been shown of Cyberpunk 2077 has been flashy and bright aspects of the town, and the darker, grittier aspect of Night City hasn’t been revealed until now. So, these new images are a breath of fresh air and give players a glimpse into the darker and bleak-looking locales of the town as well.

Regardless of all the images and gameplay footage, most players are either sold or not on whether they will get the game. Even though there have been a few controversies like the removal of gender selection from the character customization screen and the forced first-person perspective in cutscenes, fans remain steadfast and are not giving up on CDPR’s upcoming game.

Cyberpunk 2077 releases April 16, 2020, for PC, PS4, Stadia, and Xbox One.