'Cyberpunk 2077' developer CD Projekt Red doesn't want to reveal too much in case plans change.
The team beind the highly anticipated first-person RPG - which will be at E3 this summer - has admitted that developing a video game is an "interative" process, meaning things are constantly switching things up.
Speaking in a new 'Creating Cyberpunk 2077' video, level designer Miles Tost said: "The reason why you can't really go out and show everything is because video game development is such an iterative process.
"What we have now might not be there tomorrow. We've had ideas that have died over the years then they've been resurrected then they've died again and now they're back."
Although the game will have some form of multiplayer mode - and some sandbox elements - CD Projekt Red has made it clear it is still a "true RPG" and not a multiplayer shooter.
A release date hasn't been confirmed yet, but it's been revealed it will be released on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
There is little information known about the game at the moment, but the developers have now confirmed the game will make an appearance at the annual E3 Expo later this year, where fans can expect to learn a little more about the title.
In a tweet from the game's official Twitter, developers wrote: "For those of you asking, yes, we will be at E3 this year."