Big City Dreams is exclusive to GOG
If CD Projekt Red had its way, it’d certainly prefer that everyone buy Cyberpunk 2077through GOG. That’s because CDPR owns the digital storefront, meaning 100 percent of proceeds go straight into the the Polish publisher’s pocket. No advanced economics degree is required to understand why that’s better than a revenue split with Steam or Epic.
To that end, CDPR has sweetened the pot for anyone who’s undecided about where to purchase Cyberpunk 2077. GOG is getting some exclusive digital add-ins that might seal the deal for some people.
The linchpin to this offer is a 50-page digital comic called Cyberpunk 2077: Big City Dreams. It tells the story of two scavengers who are “stealing cyberware and spending money on parties and braindances.” It’s The Odd Coupleby way of Cyberpunkas they both want to live very different lifestyles. It sounds like an inessential side story that should help fill in the lore of this world.
There’s more. Buyers on GOG also get some “print quality” posters, and a new set of wallpapers and avatars.
If you’re going to get Cyberpunk 2077on PC and you’re fine with GOG as your launcher, this is kind of a no-brainer. I’m in love with braindancing and just want as much braindance content as humanly (or cyborgly) possible.