Cyberpunk 2077 is now expected to release in November. CD Projekt Red had originally planned for September, but considering the scope of the game, they needed a couple of more months to complete the finishing touches. \n \nThat just means a more polished experience and a better Night City for players to explore. Speaking of the game's environment, it's shaping up to be truly spectacular. The developer is turning over every stone, from the number of districts it has to the in-depth designs. \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=V5yIlA6g_9o \n \nGoing from district to district sounds like an amazing experience and should provide plenty of diversity. One area that looks particularly promising is Westbrook, an area considered by many as one of the best places to live in Night City. \n \nScreenshots of this affluent district were recently shared on Cyberpunk 2077's official Twitter page. They paint quite the scene. \n \nOne of the screenshots shows a modern home with geometric shapes, serene pools, and even a fantastic waterfall. There are also palm trees surrounding the property, showing just how lavish a home in Westbrook really is in Cyberpunk 2077. \n \nIt's also worth mentioning that this property is on the outskirts of Night City, away from the hustle and bustle of crime and gangs. If you rack up enough doe completing missions with your created character V, a spot in this area certainly looks like a dream come true. \n \nThe other two concept pieces showcase a polar opposite vibe, with tall buildings next to a major highway. The juxtaposition of the crowded city next to spacious fields of wealth in North Oak definitely stands out. You feel the desperation of those left living in the city, trying to do their best to afford a luxurious lifestyle that seems just within reach. \n \nThis latest concept art just shows how diverse Night City is. Every area has a distinct atmosphere that you'll have the pleasure of exploring for hours. There are so many different structures that take on a life of their own. \n \nAs we get closer to Cyberpunk 2077's November release, it would be nice to see even more concept art of everything the developer has worked so hard on. It's clear they're looking to make this RPG truly ground-breaking and Night City's designs are a huge part of its appeal. \n \nNo matter how you approach combat or the story, there are miles and miles of interesting content to explore. Who knows what inspiring architectural elements you'll come across throughout your adventures?