Everytime CD Projekt RED gives us something off Cyberpunk 2077 it only leaves us more curious than before. The developers have not been shy of letting their fans know what Cyberpunk 2077 has in store. The latest updates revealed some discussion from the EDGE magazine’s latest issue about the side quests in the game.
Cyberpunk 2077 has a detailed side quest already in order for any character or theme that is not completely discovered in the main storyline. The developers expressed that they are committed to making the side quest of the game as interesting as the main story. They do not intend to make side quest just for the sake of providing an activity for the players:
“We want to make sure that all of them are up to the standards of the main quest,” the developers say. “That there’s nothing that feels like filler, just something to do while waiting for the next quest, or to get more money to buy the next thing. We don’t really like to do that. We want to make sure that every quest feels like a complete story in and of itself”
The Quest Designer for Cyberpunk 2077, Patrick Mills defined the vision behind these side quests by saying:
“There’s more choice to what we’ve just seen than is usually available in video game quests: for instance, you could take DeShawn’s money and run at the very beginning, eschewing his mission but having to deal with the consequences later. You could make off with Stout’s eddies, too, although we presume you’d have to get the virus on the chip scrubbed off somewhere. “We don’t artificially limit ourselves. Our philosophy for quest design is, ‘If the player can logically do it, then they can’. And if they can’t, then we have to come up with a damn good reason why.”
CD Projekt RED has not been afraid of change while developing Cyberpunk 2077. Developers have gone to the extreme depths and boundaries to give the ultimate RPG experience with elements such as an alternate timeline. Given that we don’t even have a release date yet but a lot of updates and news on various elements of the game makes it even more interesting.
Furthermore, Cyberpunk 2077 is not going to be a game about saving the world and you could get punished as well. The world in the upcoming title is also going to be reactive to the customization and dresses of the character of players.