[E3 2018] Cyberpunk 2077: CD Projekt RED Responds To Doubters [VIDEO]

Although E3 just ended, there are a few things that we can still discuss.

Although we have written about CD Projekt RED‘s game a few times this week, it’s not only because of the historical Hungarian-Polish solidarity, but also because their upcoming title is highly anticipated, and their reputation is high, which adds fuel to the hype-fire.

Patrick Mills, the quest designer, told Eurogamer that the reason they chose the first-person perspective is that it makes us feel that we are the character (called V) that we control in Cyberpunk 2077, and it also offers more immersion over the third-person view. „And we can do some environmental stuff from first-person that you wouldn’t be able to do in third-person. If nothing else, I think it’s going to be cool when you’re walking around the city, and you look up, which is something that in third-person doesn’t feel right. To experience that verticality you need a first-person perspective,” he added. A YouTuber, Angry Joe, also interviewed the devs, and we learned that the melee would be full-blown, complete with blocking and parrying, and there will also be Akira-styled bikes, as well as extreme weather effects, such as acid rain…

Mills told GameInformer a few details about sexuality. Our character’s sexual preference will also be in our hands: we could make V heterosexual, lesbian, gay, or bisexual, and this also applies to the NPCs. We could have one-night stands or serious relationships with them that could evolve over the course of the story.

Kotaku noticed that Cyberpunk 2077 took cues from other RPGs by giving items and weapons rarities, and each type gets a color as well. It means we could call a „legendary” item „purple” if it gets that color.

One more fun video to wrap it all up: Tolkfan on YouTube edited Ciri’s voice over the Cyberpunk 2077 E3 trailer, and the result is brilliant.

Cyberpunk 2077 is in development for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, with no release date announced yet.

Source: WCCFTech, VG247, VG247, VG247

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