Romance, if done in a right and classy way can spice up games and make the storylines much more interesting. However, too much of it can take away from the experience (unless you are playing House Party, perhaps) and thus make the game much less immersive than it would be otherwise. So today, we take a look at Cyberpunk 2077 Romance.
Cyberpunk 2077 will have a lot of different aspects for you to chase and love interests seem to be one of them. For that reason, we delve deeper into Cyberpunk 2077 Romance to let you know all that there is to know about the feature so far and whether or not we believe that it is a good addition to the game.
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Cyberpunk 2077 Romance
From the very beginning, things start to look very dire when we are told by the developers that the game will feature full-frontal nudity as well as one-night stands provided you have the game to pick someone up of the opposite sex.
This may seem like a terrible addition unless it is GTA but one look at the trailer and it makes complete sense.
Think about it, the city that the game is set in is supposed to be full of deviants looking for opportunities to pounce upon. It is also supposed to have the highest crime rate in the country and is a hub for corporations who have a carte blanche to do anything they please.
For that reason, having the opportunity to party hard will definitely move along with the story and will also allow many people to play out their fantasies in the game.
Apart from this, we were also told by Patrick Mills (CD Projekt Red quest designer) that players would have the rare opportunities to pursue long-lasting relationships in the game. These will, of course, be more difficult and these romanceable characters will have certain ‘preferences’.
Now, this adds another dynamic to the game as it has a direct consequence for your character’s action personally and all of the customizations that you do to your character.
These relationships will actually have an impact on the protagonist and these encounters can work with both male and female characters. Some of the characters in the game will be bisexual but not all of them so your gender will actually shape a certain part of your story.
This may also end up adding to the replayability value of the game, as people may want to see how their story turns out while playing as a member of the opposite sex.
Considering the fact that The Witcher 3 had a decent amount of nudity in the game, it shouldn’t be surprising that Cyberpunk 2077 Romance also seems to be all in on the concept and is willing to embrace the controversy rather than shy away from it.
It will be interesting to see whether the developers manage to integrate the romance aspect of the game with the story or it turns out to be something that is just a nuisance after the first few encounters.
That is all we know about Cyberpunk 2077 Romance. Let us know if we missed something using the comments section below!