One of the biggest reveals is that Cyberpunk 2077 will be a first-person game, with the studio leaving behind the third-person camera that it used in the Witcher series.
Looks like CD Projekt Red really pulled all the stops to create another game that can stand on par with The Witcher 3, and maybe even surpass it.
After its new trailer debuted during the Xbox E3 2018 press conference, Cyberpunk 2077 instantly distinguished itself as one of the most anticipated E3 2018 games. Interestingly enough, CD Projekt Red has stated that each decision a player makes regarding these details "influence the shape of the game".
In Cyberpunk 2077, player exploration will only be gated by their "street cred", a number that determines which areas you'll have access to, among other things.
He then went on to explain more of the philosophy of how you present perspective in games, saying, "Third-person works well in games like the Witcher when you have a lot of motion and movement around you".
When players jump into the game, they will be given an option to play as either a male or a female character, both have a full range of dialogue voice lines.
In a world where you have no future, what matters is that you control who you are. As you progress, you'll develop skills in urban warfare and network hacking, as well as modify your body with cyberware like infra-red eyes or neural reflex boosters.
Unlike the 2077's source material, the Cyberpunk 2020 pen-and-paper RPG, the game will not include classes or roles in the traditional sense. Players will be able to actively comment on an NPC's appearance or tattoos to butter them up, or they can end the conversation early with a "well-placed bullet".
Given this huge and detailed world has absolutely no loading screens, I get the feeling I could spend time in it as easily as my own life.
According to CD Projekt Red, Cyberpunk 2077 contains "dozens of hours of main story arc quests", and it seems as if Night City will have its fair share of side quests too, that offer "many more additional activities".