What E3 Showed Us About Cyberpunk 2077

What E3 Showed Us About Cyberpunk 2077

What E3 Showed Us About Cyberpunk 2077

The team confirmed the game will be single-player RPG.

Gelencser also took the opportunity to assuage fans who felt like going first-person just wasn't true to CD Projekt's style.

Players can expect more information to leak out in the coming days following CD Projekt RED's private demo session.

Cyberpunk 2077 finally made its debut at E3 2018 this year, and the end of the Xbox E3 presentation.

You probably guessed it from the trailer already, but yes, vehicles will indeed be integral to getting around Cyberpunk 2077's world.

Night City is a world of incredible detail and from what we've seen so far it looks truly alive. In doing so, it has also revealed the biggest surprise of all: The game will ditch the third-person view of its The Witcher franchise for a first-person view better suited to the game's gunplay.


Camera viewpoint aside, players will be able to create their own character (male or female) and select a unique backstory for them by generating a "lifepath", a carry-over from 2077's pen-and-paper roots.

CD Projekt describes the game as a "first-person RPG". Instead, you evolve the class you want to be as you play instead of picking a role. 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.

From the minds that brought you The Witcher 3 comes a new RPG, set in a completely different universe, Cyberpunk 2077.

Some enemies have question marks instead of levels, possibly meaning they're much higher level than you.

Speaking of shooting, the combat is one of the coolest things about what we saw of Cyberpunk 2077. 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.

Game Noir - With its mature approach to storytelling, Cyberpunk 2077 adopts elements of noir cinema and inserts them into the future of video games.

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