Cyberpunk 2077 is the new and ambitious project by CD Projekt Red, which, after the success of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, is preparing to bring the result of a long productive effort to the shelves.
Given the aura of curiosity and the expectations surrounding the title, it is not too surprising that several members of the software house find themselves publicly discussing what will be the features of the game. Pawel Sasko recently contributed to highlighting an interesting element. CD Projekt Red has in fact discussed Cyberpunk 2077 during a recent interview.
During the chat, Sasko highlighted how the development team decided not to shy away from dealing with complex or contemporary issues . The world of Cyberpunk 2077 will be full of numerous food for thought, which will put gamers in the face of numerous moral choices . However, each of the users will have to choose independently what they consider to be or not acceptable for their video game alter ego. The painted situations, Sasko emphasizes, will not be faced by the team in a simplistic way, but with the intent to offer a world not simply “in black and white”, rich in nuances and complexity. A set of intentions that had already been partly anticipated by Alvin Liu, another member of CD Projekt Red, who had indicated pollution and global warming as topics covered in Cyberpunk 2077.