CD Projekt Red’s updates this week have given more insight about Cyberpunk 2077. Since the demo was revealed to Polish media, new details have been there.
The game will be released on 16th April 2020. It will be available for PC, PS4 and XBOX One. With the exciting new details, the anticipation is building up. Here are the most hyped details:
It was recently revealed in a WCCFetch interview with UI co-ordinator that the players will not be able to turn off the UI. He said, “The most fun (setting) I think will be the Hardcore settings where we turn off the UI without things like ammo count, maps and other standard UI fares.”
The most significant change the developers are trying to do is offering more freedom to the players. ‘From weapons and their customization to augmentations,’ it looks like ‘players will be given a variety of options for tackling a situation’ as per Story Director of Cyberpunk 2077 Marcin Blacha.
This week, we also learned more information about the game’s hacking element and how you will face opponents in Night City. On 23rd July, official Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter page tweeted a video labeled: ‘Let’s talk about nano-wires in #Cyberpunk 2077.’
Marcin Blacha hinted in a Twitter conversation what to expect in Cyberpunk 2077. We are not talking about more celebrities like Keanu Reeves but somewhat iconic characters from the original board game.
Here’s the conversation:
Several names may seem familiar to the Cyberpunk fans. Also, there is a hint of religious theme. There is a misinterpreted video about the theme.
The fans have high expectations from this game. It is also one of the ambitious projects of the developers as well.