CD Project Red has today revealed more information about Cyberpunk 2077, today, we learn more about Night City’s largest gang, the Valentinos. They control a big chunk of the Latino areas of Heywood, they have a strong moral code and old fashioned traditions. Justice, honor and brotherhood are the core values for aspirants to join their criminal organization.
Yesterday, it was revealed that the game will be very polemic, the game will count with sex, drugs, plenty of violence and foul language. The response of Lead Quest Designer, Pawel Sasko confirms that developers did not hold back at what it may be one of the most influential games of this generation.
You surprised? 😏
We don’t fuck around. https://t.co/JVh851BaOI
— Paweł Sasko (@PaweSasko) April 25, 2020
Cyberpunk 2077 seems to follow GTA’s path at creating a breathing living world focused around crime and , the trailers reveal that criminal activities that reflects the problems of modern large cities. Similar to the GTA franchise, players will have plenty of main and side quest to complete that would change the course of the story.
Producer John Mamais has explained that while the game is focused on violence, players can opt for a non-letal route in the main story, this approach will be much more difficult for the player. Cyberpunk 2077 will feell “kind of similar” to The Witcher 3 due to its RPG mechanics, one of the areas CD Project RED will try to emulate the success of the latter is the DLC-Expansions formula.
I think it’s a bad idea to do microtransactions after you release a game. It seems like it’s very profitable, though. It’s probably a hard decision for the guy that runs the business to decide if we should do it or not. But if everyone hates it, why would we do something like that and lose the goodwill of our customers?
[The Witcher III’s free DLC with paid expansions] was a good model for us; it worked pretty well for The Witcher III. I don’t see why we wouldn’t try to replicate that model with Cyberpunk 2077. We’re not talking about that yet, but it seems like that would be the smart way to go.
Source: PlayStation Lifestyle