The network has new details of the expected project Cyberpunk 2077 from Polish developers from the CD studio Projekt RED. The new material revealed the development of the city of Night City in a game that impressed journalists even more than the world of Grand Theft Auto V from Rockstar.
The exclusive details of the Cyberpunk 2077 were revealed by Edge, whose journalists came to the real delight of exploring the big city in the game. With its sweep, detail and quality level, Night City in Cyberpunk 2077 easily plugs into the belt even the neighborhood of the hit game Grand Theft Auto V from Rockstar Games. In the entire game world of Cyberpunk 2077, every detail has been manually worked out, and the creators do not resort to procedural generation or copying of any buildings or interiors. At the same time, developers make the city vertical seamless, and available for free research, and in the game itself, there will be no boot screens.
Also, more is known about the side tasks in the Cyberpunk 2077, which will not be inferior to the main story, and will have an impact on the ending of the game. Game developers do not allow in their game tasks-fillers, designed only to increase the time of passage of Cyberpunk 2077, and every guest that enters the game, passes a kind of quality control and even associated with other tasks to feel the extra liveliness of the world. Choosing the prehistory of his character at the beginning of the game, gamers will also be able to receive unique tasks as they pass, inaccessible to heroes with another biography. The choice in each task is offered repeatedly, unlike some tasks in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
As you know, one of the main themes of the game will be the concept of objectification, and the gradual loss of human beings by all that is replaced by technological things. Using too many augmentations, players will receive tangible negative consequences, for example, constant dependence on new parts or components. However, while the creators do not disclose all the details of such effects.
Cyberpunk 2077 is being developed for the PC, Xbox One and PS4, but so far the authors cannot say whether the game will be released in 2019.