An Avalanche of New Information on Cyberpunk 2077, From Hacking to Mini-Games

Cyberpunk 2077 Was the Game Most Followed by the International Press During E3 2019

Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the most awaited videogames of recent times, and the news coming to a little while ago only adds to the hype of the community towards the title of CD Projekt RED. It appears that the software house has released a new demo of the game for the Polish press, through which new details have emerged.

First of all, in Cyberpunk 2077 dynamic conversations are planned, so it will be possible to talk to an NPC even without leaving their own means of transport. There is also talk of a strong presence of religion in Night City, which should also be an important component of the game.

The bots will be able to hack devices remotely, and the protagonist will be able to make small changes on himself, in order to facilitate the mini-games that concern his own hacking. Furthermore, the inventory will have weight limits, and it will be possible to buy new clothes from the merchants.

Among the other innovations that have emerged, there is the possibility of improving one’s skills with the help of a coach that we will find around the game, or through modifications, as mentioned above. It will be possible to take a break from the main quest, to play one of the many side missions available. In Cyberpunk 2077 there will be several events in the city, and depending on how you decide to interact with them, a new quest may appear.

It will not be like in The Witcher, therefore, where there is the classic quest table to follow, but it will simply be necessary to keep your eyes open and look for particular events going around the city.

Finally, the character will be totally customizable. There is no need to choose between male and female, you can have a protagonist with a male body, but female voice and hair, for example. The kind of voice we will choose to give the character will have an impact on how we will be seen by the NPCs.

So much meat in the fire, waiting to finally enjoy a Cyberpunk 2077 demo, too. What do you think?