Cyberpunk 2077 is a 'first-person RPG,' confirms dev
Cyberpunk 2077 is a 'first-person RPG,' confirms dev
13 June, 2018, 23:06
Though GameSpot's interview with CD Projekt Red's Kyle Rowley was short, we learned quite a bit of juicy information about the game.
You can enjoy some new artwork below, showing scenes and player character samples for a male and female V.
From what we've seen and heard so far, both shooting and melee combat will take place in first-person.
Classes will NOT be picked in the beginning - class system is fluid based on the choices the player makes. The game will feature a full-on character creation system that will enable gender selection as well as your history and the path you've followed through your cyber-life, all of which will have an impact on how you're perceived, and how the game will unfold.
Go Anywhere, Do Anything - Cyberpunk 2077 is fully open-world, which means Night City is yours for the taking - if you're prepared. Among those were Eurogamer, which wasted no time reporting on Cyberpunk 2077.
The futuristic setting of their up and coming game looks absolutely nothing like their classic The Witcher series, but there is a scene in The Witcher 3 which definitely indicates that both titles share the same universe.
The streets are bustling, things are happening around you in a way that makes you feel as if they'd be happening whether you were there to initiate them or not. You can also mod weapons and, by using drugs, augment yourself. Moreover, they emphasized on the fact that the game is a role-playing game primarily, and not a shooter, so player's choices will affect the story.
Three types of weaponry: tech weapons, power weapons, and smart weapons.
There will be a lot to explore too, with 6 unique districts in the city to explore and find your way around. Are you bothered about multiplayer?
A range of vehicles will be included.
Vehicles - Motorcycles, Cars, hinted at flying cars.
In Cyberpunk 2077, player exploration will only be gated by their "street cred", a number that determines which areas you'll have access to, among other things. V can scale walls using Mantis Blades to get a new vantage point (or use them to carve up your enemies like the turkeys they are).
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