Cyberpunk 2077 is a First-Person RPG, Become 'Urban Legend', V

Cyberpunk 2077 is a First-Person RPG, Become 'Urban Legend', V

While there are segments of Cyberpunk that play out in third-person - most notably the driving sequences - it seems that the vast majority of the game plays out from a first-person perspective.

CD Projekt Red has provided the first in-depth insight into Cyberpunk 2077, at the ongoing E3 Show in Los Angeles. Everyone who saw the demo emphasizes how much your choices matter and how often they come into play.

Cyberpunk 2077 has a full day/night cycle.

Announced via teaser trailer back in January 2013, the Gibsonesque Cyberpunk 2077 features a futuristic police division known as the Psycho Squad responsible for stopping criminals who 'overuse implants and substances that boost or otherwise alter the human body'. While the trailer didn't show us any actual gameplay, we have been learning some additional information about the game over the days since.

Speaking of the influence of other movies/games on the theme of the game, the devs said that they created a cyberpunk atmosphere during the day time to give an atmospheric Noir feeling that people get from Blade Runner. The story will be personalized by each choice you make.

Game Noir - With its mature approach to storytelling, Cyberpunk 2077 adopts elements of noir cinema and inserts them into the future of video games. The team has done a phenomenal job at keeping their latest game underwraps following the wild success that their previous The Witcher series experienced. Players will be able to actively comment on an NPC's appearance or tattoos to butter them up, or they can end the conversation early with a "well-placed bullet".

You can enjoy some new artwork below, showing scenes and player character samples for a male and female V.

Go Anywhere, Do Anything - Cyberpunk 2077 is fully open-world, which means Night City is yours for the taking - if you're prepared.

You can also enter buildings, even mega buildings with multiple floors.

CD Projekt says that there will be "dozens of hours" in the main storyline and there will be plenty of side quests to partake in.

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