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Player Choices For V in Cyberpunk 2077 Will Play a Huge Role

Cyberpunk 2077 is without a doubt one of the most anticipated games to arrive in the future without any release date yet and fans are always desperately waiting to hear more about the game. CD Projekt RED writer Stanisław Święcicki has now provided more details about the player and upgrades choices in the game.

CD Projekt RED writer Stanisław Święcicki has revealed in a recent interview that the player choices will play a huge role in the game for V which is the name of the main protagonist in the game and these choices are more impactful than they were for Geralt in Witcher 3.

Every well-established protagonist needs a story, and our character is no exception. That said, the choices players make will play a huge part in shaping V on more levels than they ever have in our previous games.

Whereas Geralt was a professional, a veteran monster slayer who knew the world inside out, V is a hired gun looking to make the big leagues. When you look at it this way, V’s perspective isn’t too different from the player’s, who is also just getting to know Night City and deciding their stance towards it.

He continued by talking about upgrade choices and the themes player will find:

That’s still something we’re working on and it’s too early to dive into details just yet, but choices you make, whether during character creation or gameplay, will matter and have consequences. You can’t beat a story which touches on universal human values and emotions such as dedication, sadness, loss, friendship, or love. I personally think these values matter all the more in a world in which the human body is no longer ‘sacred’ and the very meaning of what ‘humanity’ is becomes blurred.

Cyberpunk 2077 will be definitely going to be a lot of fun to play as it also includes variable weather conditions and introduces the first-person perspective for the first time.

Also, it’s been confirmed that there will be no public booth of Cyberpunk 2077 at Gamescom 2018 but it will be shown once again to the press behind closed doors so be ready to know more.