CD Projekt RED doesn’t want to cut corners with the shooting and its physics either.
During Gamescom, Cyberpunk 2077 was mentioned several times, and we discussed the new information of the game as well. Well, WCCFTech found more information in one of the Gamescom streams. It turns out that a former pro Counter-Strike player, namely Łukasz ‘LUq’ Wnęk, was helping CD Projekt RED to make the shooting part of the game robust. He previously won the World Cyber Games in 2006 with Pentagram G-Shock, and again in 2009 with AGAiN.
The endings were also discussed in the video. If you keep being the good guy, it might not result in the best ending for you in Cyberpunk 2077. Also, you might see that after playing the game for about a hundred hours, you could get an ending that you don’t like. It is intentional: the developers want you to look back at your choices and see what decisions became mistakes. Even a few side quests’ outcomes could change the main story events. The game’s megabuildings were inspired by Judge Dredd: multi-level skyscrapers with tons of people, possibly with different cultures.
Cyberpunk 2077 has no release date and target platforms announced at the moment.