All those different character classes and multiple endings on offer will surely let you see lots of different sides to the dystopian world of Night City, and experience many of its stories. The game caused quite a bit of stir this summer at the E3 gaming conference when CD Projekt Red revealed that Keanu Reeves would be playing a significant role in the game as the character Johnny Silverhand.
He reminds us that there is a great variety of skills that players can modify as they develop their characters. So for example, you might imagine that if you're a Street Kid you have an easier time talking to different gangs. You will be able to complete quests in many different ways depending on your stats, skills, and traits. Granted, it's also very hard to implement, as the possibilities abound, and consequently, so does the potential for bugs.
I already know which Lifepath I'll be choosing next year in Cyberpunk 2077: The IT Clown, which involves me waiting around in dank sewers dressed as a techno-clown so that I can turn people off and on again.
In related news, Mike Pondsmith - the original creator of the Cyberpunk tabletop game - has stated that a Cyberpunk movie is much more likely to happen.
Cyberpunk 2077 will be published on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on April 16th 2020. It's coming out on April 21, 2020, just a week after the game arrives, but if you pre-order and use promo code PRIMEBOOK19 right now you could make the final price for the hardcover edition $34.99 as a future-proof Amazon Prime day game deal. Leave your comments below and tell us what you think!