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Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the most anticipated games of the entire generation, and criminals are apparently aware of this. We say this since they are taking advantage of the hype that exists for the RPG to commit fraud.

In its Twitter account, CD Projekt RED warned that there are people who are posing as them by inviting different users to a supposed Cyberpunk 2077 Beta. So, if you receive an email of this type you should know that it was not sent by the company.

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But, how can you know when it is an email that does come from CD Projekt RED? The study made it clear that all emails it sends come from an “@ CDProjektRed.com” address and never from an external email service.

It is worth mentioning that, at the moment, it is unknown what the evildoers of fans excited by Cyberpunk 2077 are trying to achieve. That said, we imagine that this is a phishing-style scam to get social media accounts or gaming platforms.

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CD Projekt RED has no plans to beta Cyberpunk 2077.

Now if you get an email from a supposed Cyberpunk 2077 Beta, should you get excited? The reality is that no, since CD Projekt RED has no plans to organize something like this.

Responding to a user who asked them if they have plans to organize a Beta, CD Projekt RED responded negatively. So there seems to be no way you can try Cyberpunk 2077 before its official release.

We will keep an eye out and inform you in case CD Projekt RED plans change.

Cyberpunk 2077 is coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on November 16. You can know more about this expected RPG by clicking here.