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Cyberpunk 2077: A tonne of new information from CD Projekt Red

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CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 might just be the most anticipated game ever and there is a good reason for that. The game looks mind-blowing and the first details, as well as screenshots and E3 trailer, left us in awe.

There is no doubt that a lot of gamers are looking forward to the game, even though some don’t like the first-person perspective. Yesterday, we talked about the first details for the game and now, CD Projekt Red has shared a tonne of details including game features with everyone via a Press Release.

We already know a few things about the open-world RPG, for example where it takes place (Night City), the first-person perspective, the player character called V and that your actions and choices will have a ripple effect throughout the game. Everything about Cyberpunk 2077 makes me want to throw my money at the screen as I sit here anxiously awaiting any further information.

Well, we just got an information overload. Normally we would add some of our own thoughts when something like the features and story for a game gets revealed, but the Press Release is just so perfect I think you should all just read everything as is. Check out all the information revealed about Cyberpunk 2077, with some cool new artwork thrown into the mix for good measure.

About Cyberpunk 2077

"In 2077, America is in pieces. Megacorps control life in all its aspects from the top floors of their sky-high hustlers and slingers of illicit braindances run the streets. The world in between is where decadence, sex and pop culture mix with violent crime, extreme poverty and the unattainable promise of the American Dream.

In a world where you have no future, what matters is that you control who you are. To survive and protect your independence, you modify your body with advanced cyberware and take jobs others would never dare. You choose to live free, bound by no systems or controls - the only rules you obey are your own.

Because you’re a Cyberpunk.

In Cyberpunk 2077 you play as V - a hired gun on the rise - and you just got your first serious contract. In a world of cyberenhanced street warriors, tech-savvy netrunners and corporate lifehackers, today you take your first step towards becoming an urban legend."

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Create Your Own Cyberpunk:

Your name is V, and you can be anyone you want to be. Cyberpunk 2077 will feature full character customization, with gender, appearance and personal background all affecting the shape of your game. As you progress, you’ll develop skills in urban warfare and network hacking, as well as modify your body with cyberware like infra-red eyes or neural reflex boosters.

Fluid Class System:

Become a Netrunner, Techie or Solo… or a mix of all three. Cyberpunk 2077 doesn’t impose any player roles and allows for crafting and the free mixing of abilities across all available classes.

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See Night City Through Your Eyes:

Cyberpunk 2077 brings First Person Perspective back to the role-playing genre. Deep narrative immersion is a key design priority, and you’ll experience the story of the game’s protagonist entirely through their eyes.

Interactive Dialogue Control:

You’re a participant, an agent, not an observer. Cyberpunk 2077 features an interactive dialogue system that gives players maximum control during conversations - comment on an uncooperative character’s tattoo to please them, or end a conversation early with a well-placed bullet. The choice is always yours.

Game Noir:

With its mature approach to storytelling, Cyberpunk 2077 adopts elements of noir cinema and inserts them into the future of video games. Without a clear definition of what’s good or evil, in Cyberpunk 2077 you’ll make hard choices to define yourself in a city that wants to bring you to your knees.

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Go Anywhere, Do Anything:

Cyberpunk 2077 is fully open-world, which means Night City is yours for the taking - if you’re prepared. With 6 distinct districts to explore, hundreds of buildings and thousands of rooms to enter, and dozens of miles of roads to hit, there are always places to be and things to do.

You’re Worth What You Have:

The world of cyberpunks is all about your gear. Wear designer clothes, buy (or steal) cars, and acquire black market military tech to help you during your missions. Then use your blood money to invest in properties all around the city.

Jack In, Run the Net:

Night City is fully connected and offers countless cyberspace access terminals. As you explore the Net, you’ll discover layers of hidden systems, firewalls and security programs deployed to fry your brain. During missions, you’ll clash with hostile netrunners defending corporate megabuildings - both in cyberspace and in the real world.

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"Story-driven and action-packed, Cyberpunk 2077’s cinematic plot was written to provide a rich and robust single-player experience. Offering dozens of activities like side quests and Street Stories, the game is a good fit for both hardcore completionists and gamers who like to focus on instant action.

Featuring CD PROJEKT RED’s trademark storytelling system driven by choice and consequence, in Cyberpunk 2077 players navigate the streets of Night City along strongly contrasting paths to arrive at one of a range of story outcomes."

At the moment I am honestly at a loss for words. There is no doubt in my mind that the game awesome and I can’t wait to find out when the game will actually release.

For those who missed the Cyberpunk 2077 E3 trailer, check it out below, then tell us what you think about all the new information revealed so far.

Source: Press Release

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