Watch two new gameplay trailers for Cyberpunk 2077

CD Projekt Red has debuted two new gameplay trailers for the highly anticipated (and recently delayed again) Cyberpunk 2077. One trailer, “The Gig” shows off some of the game’s prologue, which sees player character V caught up in a heist for a bio-chip, which kicks off the rest of the game.
The trailer also shows off new aspects of the game, including the open-world “Badlands” region and Adam Smasher, a hulking cyborg character that fans of the pen-and-paper RPG might recognize.
A second trailer shows off a look at “braindance” gameplay, where players use the futuristic technology of Cyberpunk 2077 to enter another character’s memories, where you can freely look around to analyze past events and look for clues or information. In-game,…
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You can now make group calls in Google Meet or Duo from a smart display

A group Google Duo call on a Nest Hub Max smart display | Photo: Google Google is expanding the ways you can make video calls on smart displays powered by Google Assistant with new support for group calling in Google Meet and Duo. The new video group calling abilities will be available on the Nest Hub Max and other Assistant smart displays with cameras starting today.
Just like you can do with one-on-one calls, it’s possible to start a group call from a smart display with either your voice or by tapping the screen. Groups that are created in the Duo mobile app will be accessible on the smart display and can support up to 32 people at a time. The smart display will show up to eight participants, including yourself, at a time. If you’re using the Nest Hub Max, the auto-framing features will still work so you…
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