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Cyberpunk 2077 Story Details Revealed

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CD Projekt RED has released the first official screenshots for Cyberpunk 2077. CD Projekt Red's Kyle Rowley firmly stated to GameSpot that "It's a role-playing game with some shooter elements, rather than a shooter with role-playing laid on top of it".

Cyberpunk 2077's trailer closing Microsoft's E3 2018 press conference was one of the most memorable moments of the entire show.

While the UI will remain minimalistic while exploring, it expands to give players more details like health bars and enemy levels when in combat, which involve both melee and ranged weaponry depending on player choice.

While any information is good news, the lack of gameplay has left some players feeling frustrated that CD Projekt Red isn't being upfront with their information.

Something to look forward to: Cyberpunk 2077 was unveiled on Sunday in a short in-engine trailer, but now we're finally getting some meaty information about the game. "But when all the things happen to you, from you, within you, first person point of view is the right decision to take, especially because of the augmentations".

While the viewpoint is in the first person for shooting and moving around, driving can be done in first or third person.

The protagonist, V, has customizable gender, skills, equipment, cosmetics.

The streets are bustling, things are happening around you in a way that makes you feel as if they'd be happening whether you were there to initiate them or not. That includes the game's combat which plays much closer to a first-person shooter than fans were expecting.

Given this huge and detailed world has absolutely no loading screens, I get the feeling I could spend time in it as easily as my own life. 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. Rowley confirmed that there will be cars and motorbikes in the game for sure, leaving the door open for more vehicles to be revealed later down the line, but CD Projekt Red doesn't want players to rely on vehicles as they explore the six distinct districts of Night City.

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