Cyberpunk 2077 has dismemberment, and you can blow your enemies' legs off

Cyberpunk 2077 has dismemberment, and you can blow your enemies' legs off

First of all, the game will be a RPG with first person perspective.

While the reveal was exciting to long-time fans, the trailer raised more questions than it answered. In a nutshell, it's a 'first-person RPG, ' they said (via IGN). Fortunately, CD Projekt Red appeared at GameSpot Live during E3 to answer questions during a brief 15-minute interview. "One of the things that's important for us is that we don't want you to be driving all the time. we want the player to explore the world on foot, because it's such an awe-inspiring place", said Rowley. Players will be able to choose between male and female characters which will be full voiced, upgradable body parts and abilities, plenty of stats, have plenty of NPCs, quests, large open-world Night City with ownable apartments, vehicles, bullet-time-like ability, nudity and some rather strong language, and more.

Exploration is encouraged as the world is huge, vertically huge to be exact. For example, if a character doesn't have a high enough hacking skill to get through a door, they can use their engineering skill to pry open a nearby wall panel to force their way in.

Unfortunately, there's still no date to look forward to for the release of Cyberpunk 2077.


However, the progression system's contents are centered around three styles of play that do closely match three specific pen-and-paper classes: Solo, Techie, and Netrunner.

Gameplay will be in first-person, whereas cutscenes will be third-person. Don't say we didn't warn you. Dialogue options are also included, and you'll be able to level up something called "Street Cred" as you progress.

He then went on to explain more of the philosophy of how you present perspective in games, saying, "Third-person works well in games like the Witcher when you have a lot of motion and movement around you". Companions may be temporary sidekicks as they were in The Witcher 3, or they may be more permanent like they were in Fallout 4.

CD Projekt Red also made mention of the fact that Cyberpunk 2077 will feature the studio's "hallmark of choices and consequences" suggesting that each utterance and action will have weight in the grand scheme of the story.

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