CD Projekt RED Launches ‘Cyber Up Your PC Contest’

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CD PROJEKT RED has announced the start of the ‘Cyber-up Your PC’ contest, inviting community members from across the world to design their own PC case mod inspired by the studio’s upcoming game, Cyberpunk 2077.

Unleash your creativity and design a PC case mod in the Cyberpunk 2077 style. If your entry is selected by our panel of judges, you’ll be able to team up with a professional case modder to turn your design concept into reality. Want to make something truly exceptional? Check out all the details below.

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Submissions are open until May 17th, 2020, 15:00 CEST. Entries will be judged on their feasibility, creativity, and faithfulness to the Cyberpunk 2077 styles. Anyone who wishes to participate in the contest should ensure their design meets the eligibility criteria listed on the official Cyber-up Your PC website, before entering the contest via the online form.

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A panel of experts will select 5 top entries from all valid submissions, these will be announced on May 29th, 2020. The 5 selected entries will be constructed by professional case modders from around the world, and a grand winner will be selected during the competition finale — a set to take place on 17th-18th July, 2020.

Prizes up for grabs include high-grade PC gaming gear sponsored by Alienware, NVIDIA, and SteelSeries, with the grand winner to be awarded with a main prize during the live finale.

You can find more details about the contest here.

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