After seeing it, not only do I think I'm going to have to give up my real life for a while to get through every aspect of it, I'm going to have to become a monogamous gamer.
You probably guessed it from the trailer already, but yes, vehicles will indeed be integral to getting around Cyberpunk 2077's world.
Create Your Own Cyberpunk - Your name is V, and you can be anyone you want to be. It's not clear how this system will be enforced, but CD Projekt Red says your street cred can be raised by wearing certain clothing.
First of all, the game will be a RPG with first person perspective. Oh, and print media still exists, which we think may have been the most optimistic thing we saw for the whole hour.
The protagonist, V, has customizable gender, skills, equipment, cosmetics. At the start of the game you're not picking any of those classes.
Jack In, Run the Net - Night City is fully connected and offers countless cyberspace access terminals. Technology, inequality and violence is everywhere and every day is a struggle to survive. It's pretty huge and driving will definitely be a necessity for traversal.
From what we've seen and heard so far, both shooting and melee combat will take place in first-person.
The website revealed a number of Cyberpunk 2077's gameplay details.
Another: combining the eye augment with a unique weapon that can shoot through cover along with a bullet-time esqe ability and a skill to ricochet bullets off of walls.
There will be no level scaling and you will get two forms of XP. Each thing you do affects something, be it yourself or the world around you.
The most truly cyberpunk aspect of combat, though, is the ability to hack into your enemies. And even then, Mills is making "no promises".
Ever since the reveal of Cyberpunk, fans of developers CD Projekt Red have been eagerly anticipating it's release.
Choice and effect is huge in this game. We were told the mission we watched could have gone a variety of ways depending on a range of choices we made throughout it.
Story-driven and action-packed, Cyberpunk 2077's cinematic plot was written to provide a rich and robust single-player experience.
Following the explosive Cyberpunk 2077 trailer reveal at Microsoft's E3 conference, CD Projekt RED has shown off the RPG's gameplay in a closed-door demo session, and first details have emerged.
It's kind of amusing that a game that revolves around a world that's connecting to a network is letting you disconnect from one. When it does release, it will be on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. It has the potential to be the swan song for this generation.