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Cyberpunk 2077 tabletop card game in the works from CDPR and CMON

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CD Projekt RED's anticipated RPG Cyberpunk 2077 might still be a bit of aways away, but that hasn't stopped the merch machine from getting into gear with a selection of spin-off items, including this neat-sounding tabletop card game adaptation.

Cyberpunk 2077: Afterlife is designed by Eric Lang and published by CMON Games, who also brought us the Bloodborne card game. In Afterlife, players will pick up the roles of "Fixers" - a sort of "handler" in the Cyberpunk universe - who will be responsible for building a faction of cyberpunk agents and sending them out on various missions.

It appears to be something of a management title, as players must accrue and distribute funds to keep their agents in top-tier condition for their upcoming jaunts into Night City. Will you be able to keep your faction well equipped and ship-shape? Or will they go into battle outmanned and outgunned, earning a free journey in the meat wagon?

Cyberpunk 2077: Afterlife will launch sometime in 2020. Cyberpunk 2077 itself launches on PS4, PC and Xbox One April 16.

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