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CD Projekt Red lifts lid on Cyberpunk 2077

CD Projekt Red lifts lid on Cyberpunk 2077

CD Projekt Red also noted that the studio will now be "significantly more open" about the development of the game and although we do not know the precise release date, we now expect more timely updates. Rowley believes that the first-person perspective will best allow the game to fully "immerse the player in that world", and that the huge detail and atmosphere will allow the player to feel like they've walked through their screen into their corrupt universe. CD Projekt Red's Kyle Rowley firmly stated to GameSpot that "It's a role-playing game with some shooter elements, rather than a shooter with role-playing laid on top of it".

The website revealed a number of Cyberpunk 2077's gameplay details.

You can enjoy some new artwork below, showing scenes and player character samples for a male and female V. The team has done a phenomenal job at keeping their latest game underwraps following the wild success that their previous The Witcher series experienced. They spent a lot of time creating a detailed world in night city, and they want it to be immersive and have the player feel the depression of mega corporations stamping down the life's of people, and thus, a first person perspective would suit the theme better.

Combat - Ranged combat and Melee combat.

The big takeaway seems to be that you can take of NPC limbs. These multi-floor behemoths will include their own societies, vendors, quest givers and more.

Announced via teaser trailer back in January 2013, the Gibsonesque Cyberpunk 2077 features a futuristic police division known as the Psycho Squad responsible for stopping criminals who 'overuse implants and substances that boost or otherwise alter the human body'.

Finally, Cyberpunk 2077 will feature a unique dialogue system.

- comment on an uncooperative character's tattoo to please them, or end a conversation early with a well-placed bullet. If players aren't happy with their starting apartment, it sounds like they'll be able to use their "blood money" to invest in additional properties.

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