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How to watch Cyberpunk 2077’s second Night City Wire stream

Published: 10/Aug/2020 16:58 Updated: 10/Aug/2020 17:00

by Daniel Cleary


CD Projekt Red are hosting another Night City Wire episode to share more details about the release of CyberPunk 2077. If you want to know how to watch their next event, you’ve come to the right place.

The first Night City Wire episode on June 25 gave us plenty to look forward to, with a new trailer, fresh gameplay, and some dev insight on the new “braindance” feature all shared by CD Projekt Red.


However, for part 2 of this Night City Wire event, the developers will be exploring more around the characters’ lifepaths and weapons in Cyberpunk 2077. Here’s what you’ll need to watch the event live.

character shooting a gun in Cyberpunk 2077
CD Projekt Red
The next Night City Wire episode will feature a look at Cyberpunk 2077’s weapons.

When does the Night City Wire livestream start?

The second Night City Wire episode will kick off on Monday, August 10, and will likely be packed with more Cyberpunk gameplay ahead of its release.


As the livestream’s start will differ depending on your time zone, we’ve put together a list of start times for each region.

  • North America: 9am (PDT), 10am (MDT), 11am (CDT), 12pm (EDT)
  • United Kingdom and Ireland: 5pm (BST)
  • Europe: 6pm (CEST), 7pm (EEST)
  • Asia and Oceania: 1am (JST), 12am (AWST), 2am (AEST)

The event itself will be streamed on CD Projekt Red’s official Twitch channel, which we’ve embedded below for you.

Cyberpunk 2077 Night City Wire livestream

What to expect from Cyberpunk 2077 livestream

As mentioned before, this episode will be taking a deep dive into some of the narrative choices and weapons that will be made available in Cyberpunk 2077.


While there are a few characters to choose between, it was revealed that players could make unique, story-driven choices to change the direction of your Cyberpunk journey and they will likely be on display in this episode.

CD Projekt Red also shared that they will “discuss Refused’s transformation into SAMURAI” at some point during the broadcast.

As for weapons, futuristic gear such as Arasaka Mantis Blades have already been teased but there’s bound to be much more revealed in the second Night City Wire stream.


Although the game has been delayed on numerous occasions, Cyberpunk 2077 is still expected to be released on time for next-gen consoles with the current, November 19, release date.


Overwatch October 1 update massively buffs Soldier 76: patch notes

Published: 1/Oct/2020 18:41 Updated: 1/Oct/2020 18:51

by Michael Gwilliam


A new Experimental Overwatch patch has just gone live on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch with changes to only one hero, but they’re absolutely massive. Soldier 76 is being buffed significantly.

Soldier 76 has been in a bit of a poor spot lately, with the traditional FPS hero being outmatched by the likes of McCree and Ashe at medium range and Widowmaker at long range. Now, the devs are upping his lethality.


The Experimental Mode changes make his Heavy Pulse Rifle far more threatening with its bullet spread remove and ammo capacity increased from 25 to 30.

In order to compensate for these buffs, constant recoil has been added, so players will need to adjust to that when playing as him.

Soldier 76 attacks HanamuraSoldier 76 can now fire full auto without a massive spread.

Community Manager Molly Fender elaborated on the chances in a forum post saying: “Compared to other hitscan Damage heroes, Soldier: 76 has been perceived as one of the weaker choices in heroes, so we want to test some adjustments to change this. Rather than making some numbers adjustments, we’d like to test out an overhaul to his shooting mechanics.”

Improving the shooting mechanics of 76 may prove to be a more balanced way to make the character better as opposed to simply increasing his damage. Though, the ammo increase may already prove to have an effect.

“In this Experimental mode, we’re shifting the weapon to instead be centered around recoil and weapon control,” she added. “While the change list may be short, we’re hoping that this will breathe new life into Soldier: 76’s playstyle.”

Soldier 76 toasting to ChristmasCheers, Soldier mains. You finally get a buff.

Previously, 76 players have had to fire in short bursts to avoid the insane spread that comes with holding down the trigger and going full auto. Now, the ever-popular character may be able to output significant damage at a far faster rate – something that should really worry opponents.

It will be interesting to see how much of an effect these changes have on the hero and if his pick rate sees an increase.

Full patch notes:



The next experiment begins! This time we’re hoping to get your feedback on some changes to Solider: 76’s Heavy Pulse Rifle. We’re using the 2-2-2 Role Queue ruleset so that you can get a feel for how these balance changes might affect the live game.



Soldier: 76

Heavy Pulse Rifle

  • Bullet spread removed
  • Constant recoil added
  • Ammo increased from 25 to 30

Developer Comments: We’re testing some changes with Soldier: 76’s Heavy Pulse Rifle that make the weapon more controlled by recoil, rather than bullet spread. Overall, this will make him better when firing in full auto, rather than controlled bursts. While recoil exists with other heroes’ weapons, these changes are intended to be impactful to gameplay, rather than establishing the “feel” of the weapon.