Cyberpunk 2077 was certainly among the protagonists of E3 2019 and following the disclosure of the launch date, much new information about the game emerged.
Among these, the confirmation that in the new CD Projekt Red project a moral system will be totally absent. This is confirmed by Mateusz Tomaszkiewicz, the game’s quest director, during an interview granted to the Gaming Bolt portal. On that occasion, the developer, in fact, deepened the possibility of completing Cyberpunk 2077 without killing, stating: “We do not have a moral system in the strict sense. […]”. However, he continues, to complete the game through this approach, players will have to master the possibilities offered by stealth :“Invest in points that allow you to be more furtive, use weapons that will allow you to inhibit the enemy rather than eliminate them, make moral choices that will allow you to avoid killing people in the course of the game” .
An interesting piece of news has come from the board game manufacturer R. Talsorian Games, which could please those who perceive it as April 16th, 2020 as still far away! A new edition of the original Cyberpunk 2020 board game was presented. The latter will have the title of ” Cyberpunk Red ” and will be marketed for the first time in the form of a “Jumpstart Kit” during the month of August, in the USA.GeekNative presents itself as “closely related” with the future Cyberpunk 2077. The exact date of the narrative has not been revealed yet, but the events will be placed between “the end of the fourth Corporate War in 2022 and until 2077”.
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