‘Cyberpunk 2077’ Releases More Info Regarding Characters And NPCs

Cyberpunk 2077 (Image courtesy of CD Projekt Red)

Cyberpunk 2077 (Image courtesy of CD Projekt Red)

If CD Projekt Red is making the game they think they are making, Cyberpunk 2077 will be filled with a narrative, driven by persuasive characters that have a story of their own that will further immerse you into the already next-level open-world. It seems every character connected to the story, minor characters and even NPC’s have their own personal narratives and personalities. The Cyberpunk 2077 lore continues to grow ahead of its April 2020 release date.

Cyberpunk’s Twitter account already possesses a plethora of characters with driven backstories and significant meanings that will impact your story. We’ll sprinkle in character profiles throughout this, showing off what the game has to offer 10 months before its release date.

The lore seems to be as deep as any video game of its caliber, and I personally can’t wait to get my hands on the deluxe edition that contains the official guide to the lore CD Projekt Red is creating in Night City. There seems to be a number of factions or gangs throughout the city where you’ll soon make friends or enemies out of them.

The main character, V, seems to be a blank canvas for you to create your ideal character at the start of the game with an immense amount of customization. It seems as if you yourself will be the one defining your character’s personality and motives. There also seems to be a skill tree of some sort, where as you level up throughout the game, you’ll be able to boost, or unlock newer abilities you weren’t able to do prior.

Like Rockstar’s new release of Red Dead Redemption 2 regarding their honor system and how you behaved is how NPC’s interacted with you, Cyberpunk 2077 seems to be taking a page out of that book, called “street cred.” Your interactions with locals in Night City and your actions upon them will influence your relationship with friends and strangers alike.

This game is the definition of open-world. You can play missions with a stealth attitude, eliminating those opponents you only need to get rid of, or you can go guns-blazing at all times, killing NPC’s, enemies and friends. You can even complete the game without killing anyone, said CD Projekt Red. With multiple endings being created by the developers, it’ll take completing the game a few times before you get tired of what CD Projekt Red is creating. Oh, did I mention Keanu Reeves is your right-hand man? Is it April 2020 yet?

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