Showing posts with label Cyberpunk 2077. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Cyberpunk 2077. Show all posts

Saturday, August 31, 2019

Cyberpunk 2077 Gameplay Breakdown

New gameplay breakdown of Cyberpunk 2077 from CD Projekt Red livestream goes deep into character creation and hacking.

Video game fans are eagerly waiting for upcoming highly anticipated role-playing game Cyberpunk 2077 from developer/publisher CD Projekt Red to arrive on April 16, 2020 for Google Stadia, PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Meanwhile, development team of CD Projekt has been giving out new and interesting details every now and then to keep up the hype. Their most recent release is a special gameplay breakdown that comes with developer commentary.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Gameplay Breakdown

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In a latest deep dive video of Cyberpunk 2077, players are given more in-depth details of gameplay mechanics.




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Though this newly released video is much shorter in length than E3 2018 gameplay reveal, it offers you a better understanding of how everything in your surrounding actually works including character customization and hacking.

In last year's video, entire focus was set on quests and visual design but this newest clip highlights on playstyles. Primarily, two distinct character built is shown above that each are specialized in different approach to situation.

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Welcome to Pacifica

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Our deep dive journey begins at Pacifica district of Night City, which was planned as a tourist spot but most of its establishments were abandoned midway due to a sudden hit on global economy and now is wretched hive for gangs.

Rather than walking around these blocks, players would be wise to travel in an armored vehicle or a fast bike for safety. However, Pacifica local markets will not disappoint you when you are looking for some rare items or illegal cyberware.

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Work With Voodoo Boys

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The set quest takes us to Grand Imperial Mall, where The Animals gang are currently residing and to learn what they are up to, V will be teaming up with their rival group called Voodoo Boys, who are very skilled in using net.

Though these guys usually do not work with outsiders, they agreed to help V and gives out a mission to get into Grand Imperial Mall. The Animals are a deadly gang full of muscle-heads that has occupied that place for some suspicious reason.

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Often times, they deal with illegal substances on street level to bend the existing market or hardcore prize fights underground. This time they are on Pacifica to do business and their ad hoc leader is a woman named Sasquatch.

In beginning of character creation system, players must choose a background for mercenary protagonist V from Corporate, Nomad or Street Kid. Your past will come in handy later when it will unlock features at some vital story point.

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Animals' Leader Sasquatch

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Then instead of choosing a gender or sex for V, you can pick a body type of you preference and go for full customization. CP2077 doesn't offer you a class to choose but lets you create your own with whatever skill set you want to equip them with.

You either follow a solo playstyle that is more combat-focused and handle most situations with punching and shooting down enemies or choose to be an expert netrunner, which is more stealth-based and focused on hacking stuffs.

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Since everything is connected to cyberspace, hacking them will not go unnoticed by a group called NetWatch. At one point of exploring, we meet Johnny Silverhand, played by actor Keanu Reeves (Constantine, The Matrix) for a brief time.

CD Projekt Red has made significant change to Cyberpunk 2077 that what we saw at E3 2018 press conference event and added much more layers to its role-playing elements in terms of both character build or story paths.

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Cyberpunk 2077 Won't Let You Attack Children or Story NPC

Although you can fight almost anyone in Night City, Cyberpunk 2077 will not let you hurt kids or NPCs related to story.

An open-world game, upcoming role-playing title Cyberpunk 2077 from developer/publisher CD Projekt Red will allow players freedom to become whoever they want to be as player character V or do almost whatever they wish to do in Night City.

People can hurt others or even take on a role of a pacifist by not killing anyone at all and yet complete all tasks. Despite having very little in-game player restrictions, you won't be able to violently attack any children or NPCs essential to story.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Won't Let You Attack Children or Story NPC

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Of course there are people that come after you and you have to fight back or there are gang members and corporate jerks that you would want to give a beating but there are still limits to who you can or cannot physically harm.

So, if you are intend to be aggressive towards everyone around you or go on a murderous spree, children and NPCs important to game story will be protected, according to a recent response on Reddit from a CDPR representative.

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In-Game Player Restrictions

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Also, trying to aggressive and antagonize folks have their unique consequences; especially if you decide to pick a fight with gangs or start causing trouble in a police-controlled area, they sure would react and even come after you.

Previously, developer/publisher Bethesda made it so that players of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim would not be able to hurt or kill children by making them unkillable to do away with problematic portrayals of any violence against children.

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CDPR actually took a pretty thoughtful step to avoid further unnecessary debacle regarding people getting upset over sensitive subjects as child abuse in a video game by protecting them while making almost everyone else fair game.

CD Projekt Red has already been in controversies regarding transgender representation and minority groups in Cyberpunk 2077 but creator Mike Pondsmith, who came to their defense suggesting the studio is paying proper respect to cultural difference.

Thursday, June 27, 2019

Cyberpunk 2077 Cosplay Contest Announced

CD Projekt Red has announced official cosplay contest for Cyberpunk 2077 worth $40K prize pool.

If people already weren't hyped enough for upcoming role-playing game Cyberpunk 2077 from developer/publisher CD Projekt Red, actor Keanu Reeves (Constantine, The Matrix) intensified it sky high by appearing at Xbox E3 2019 press event.

Too make it even bigger than it already is, CDPR has just announced an official cosplay contest based on their anticipated story-driven RPG with a total prize pool $40,000 that will conclude in 2020 through a Grand Finale event live.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Cosplay Contest Announced

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Anyone interested to participate will have to design a costume or getup based on a character that already exists within fictional universe of Cyberpunk and was shown in any official materials like poster, screenshots or even trailer.

Very soon, there will be an official cosplay guide on their official website to help contestants create their desired getup. You can take part by submitting your entry online anytime before November 30, 2:59 PM PT/11:59 PM CET.

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Customize Your Cosplay

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Or you can just show up on a few select events to showcase your designed costume on stage live and one from each event will be picked for Grand Finale. You may want to take a look at event schedules in advance given below.

  • Gamescom (Cologne, Germany) August 21-24
  • PAX West (Seattle, USA) August 31-September 3
  • Tokyo Game Show, Tokyo, Japan, September 12-15
  • Igromir (Moscow, Russia), October 4-7
  • Paris Games Week (Paris, France), October 30-November 3

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Only 10 finalists will make it to the red carpet Grand Finale in 2020, receiving $2,000 along with travel and accommodation costs. Top 3 will receive themed goodies and winner will take $15,000 on top of those and a chance to photoshoot for magazine cover.

Arranging public competition to heavily promote video game projects before launch is nothing new for video game developers but it surely is impressive to see how generously this Polish studio intends to compensate their participants.

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Before getting started, take some inspiration from the footage below or just go posing as Johnny Silverhand.




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Although there was some bad press regarding racial representation earlier but was debunked by its creator Mike Pondsmith eventually. Regardless of whatever controversy it faces, loyal fan-base of CDPR apparently has their back.

Cyberpunk 2077 is currently scheduled to release on 16 April, 2020 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. PC version of the game will be available via Epic Games Store, GOG and Steam digital distribution platforms for downloading online.

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Cyberpunk 2077 Will Have Multiple Endings

Cyberpunk 2077 quest director Mateusz Tomaszkiewicz confirms to feature multiple endings for the game.

Following recent appearance at Xbox E3 2019 press conference event, official release date for upcoming highly anticipated role-playing game Cyberpunk 2077 is revealed to be 16 April, 2020 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms.

It is also confirmed by quest director Mateusz Tomaszkiewicz in a recent interview with YouTuber YongYea that developer/publisher CD Projekt Red will be adding multiple endings for their ambitious story-driven RPG, all depending on player choice.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Will Have Multiple Endings

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According to Tomaszkiewicz, there is more than one way to end the story for your character based on what path a player would choose during their campaign but he also didn't say that how many ending scenarios they are planning to go for.

For instance, V can opt out from using any cybernetic augmentations or even refrain from killing literally anyone. Exploring in futuristic megalopolis Night City will open up many pleasant or messy situations to you but how you handle it is up to you.

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Specialized in RPG development, CDPR has included three major endings for their The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt title of 2015. Following a branching narrative, it offered several other minor endings driven by in-game decisions made by player.

Given how they are aiming to go big with their next project, sci-fi adventure Cyberpunk 2077 may came out offering more endings than you expected. CDPR is strongly considering a Photo Mode but there is no official confirmation on that just yet.

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Despite being at crosshairs with media for their apparent portrayal of race and gender, CD Projekt Red has won E3 2019 with a surprise reveal of actor Keanu Reeves (Constantine, The Matrix) playing a main character named Johnny Silverhand.

Other than major console platforms like PS4 and Xbox One, PC version of Cyberpunk 2077 will be available at Epic Games Store, GOG and Steam. A collector's edition is currently up for pre-order that is worth $249.99 featuring digital and physical items.

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Cyberpunk 2077 E3 2019 Demo Will Be Revealed at PAX West

New gameplay demo of Cyberpunk 2077 from E3 2019 will be going public during PAX West 2019 event.

In a recent appearance at Xbox press conference event, developer/publisher CD Projekt Red has won over E3 2019 by revealing actor Keanu Reeves (Constantine, The Matrix) being a part of their upcoming role-playing game Cyberpunk 2077.

Just like last year, CDPR has showcased nearly an hour-long demo at E3 behind closed doors and away from public eyes, which their global community lead Marcin Momot has stated lately to be revealed at PAX West 2019.

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Cyberpunk 2077 E3 2019 Demo Will Be Revealed at PAX West

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However, fans who can't get enough of the game probably won't have to wait too long to get an exclusive look at extended gameplay demo because PAX West is coming on August 30 to September 2, which is only months away from now.

Not only did they show footage of Keanu Reeves' in-game character Johnny Silverhand but some level design elements were highlighted. Plus, audience was able to have some hands-off experience with combat mechanics and variety of options.

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In a reply Tweet to Wushu Studios' communications manager, Momot has confirmed gameplay reveal at PAX.



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An early report from E3 2018 revealed last year that the title will have full nudity because it is set in a futuristic reality where people are obsessed with cybernetic augmentations and some of them will let you hack into equipment to hurt enemies.

Cyberpunk 2077 marks to be one of the highly anticipated games from CD Projekt Red that is loosely based on Cyberpunk 2020 tabletop game by creator Mike Pondsmith and set to arrive on 16 April, 2020 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Sunday, June 9, 2019

Cyberpunk 2077 Release Date

CD Projekt Red releases new Cyberpunk 2077 trailer at E3 2019 featuring Keanu Reeves and a release date set for 2020.

There is no doubt that upcoming role-playing game Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the most-anticipated game that players are eagerly looking to get their hands on as soon as it comes to PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms.

This year, developer/publisher CD Projekt Red came to E3 2019 with a brand-new trailer and a release date that received a grand reveal by none other than actor Keanu Reeves (Constantine, The Matrix) himself came to stage to present it.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Release Date

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Presented at Xbox E3 2019 press conference, new Cyberpunk 2077 cinematic trailer gets within its dark plot.




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As usual, player character V arrives on a crime-ridden area of Night City megalopolis for a payday after finishing a job. His contractor asks if he got what he asked for and upon confirmation, tells him to go to washroom to wash off.

While washing off blood from his hands, V recounts how he went on a big-time job earlier with Jackie Welles to get insane rich and though they somehow got the job done, his friend caught up in ensuing shootout from rival gang.

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As soon as he got out, V is slammed with the door and he tries to retaliate with pointy extension of his augmented arms to no avail. His fixer, Dexter DeShawn is mad at him that they caused too much chaos and they all draw their gun on each other.

He discovers himself in a junkyard outside of megacity and is rebooted by a stranger with a likeness of John Wick star. He invites V by saying "Wake the fuck up, samurai. We have a city to burn", which is a nod to the name printed on the collar of his jacket.

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Reeves's role here is obviously of a non-playable character but he is not just a random nobody here. He is playing Johnny Silverhand, an iconic character created by Mike Pondsmith for original Cyberpunk 2020 tabletop game.

You can even see him having a shiny cybernetic silver arm when he removes his shades but this is quite different than his actual look. Bringing Silverhand into the mix is an attempt from CD Projekt Red to connect the game to its lore.

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Also, a detailed look at digital and physical goodies from an unboxed collector's edition has been unveiled in another video.




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A Collector's Edition worth $249.99 is up for pre-order now, which includes an artbook, box, embroidered patches, metal pin set, NCPD evidence bag, quadra V-tech metal keychain, V-figure and digital items like original soundtrack.

Sci-fi adventure Cyberpunk 2077 from CD Projekt Red currently scheduled to release on April 16, 2020. PC version of the game will be available on Epic Games Store, GOG and Steam as developers chose not to make it an Epic Store-exclusive.

Saturday, April 20, 2019

Cyberpunk 2077 is Different Now from E3 2018 Gameplay

Quest director Mateusz Tomaszkiewicz of Cyberpunk 2077 game revealed it to be different from E3 2018 presentation.

Last time we had a proper look into upcoming role-playing game Cyberpunk 2077 was back in E3 2018, when developer/publisher CD Projekt Red offered an extensive gameplay reveal for everyone and everyone was blown away.

However, quest director Mateusz Tomaszkiewicz revealed in a recent interview with Area Jugones that you will realize that the game has changed into something different than E3 demo from last year when you see it in action next time.

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Cyberpunk 2077 is Different Now from E3 2018 Gameplay

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Tomaszkiewicz states that when they presented the demo to public, development team still had no clear vision of how things they wanted to add would fit in an open-world and thus, many elements have gone through reinventions.

Players would be allowed to a wide range of weapons in Cyberpunk 2077 and it may also affect styles of combat. Studio members are very keen to implement some new ideas to make the game fun with better fighting mechanics.

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Of course a gameplay demo is just a small chunk out of actual game and a narrative-driven plot progressed with player choice has multiple directions to go and objectives to follow, which is a good hint at how vast it would expand when complete.

Tomaszkiewicz never said anything about what development stages they are currently in but we can only assume that E3 2019 may at best get us an official release date for 2020 and any rumors of it coming later this year can easily be dismissed.

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Since reworks were done to redesign and renovate, many of its aspects are now noticeably different and many new things are yet to be shown. We can still rely on CD Projekt Red to deliver a great RPG title despite a drastic shift in development.

Regardless of whatever change they are applying, upcoming sci-fi adventure Cyberpunk 2077 still remains one of the most-anticipated title for players on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, maybe even on next-gen consoles as well.

Thursday, February 28, 2019

Cyberpunk 2077 Confirmed for E3 2019

CD Projekt Red confirmed fans that upcoming dystopian RPG title Cyberpunk 2077 will be at E3 2019 this summer.

Polish developer/publisher CD Projekt Red is renowned for their work on The Witcher series and currently working on a major role-playing title Cyberpunk 2077 that is one of the most anticipated upcoming video games players are waiting for.

Though the studio made quite a show at E3 2018 with an official trailer followed by a long gameplay walkthrough, eager fans cannot get enough of it and kept bugging them whether or not they will show up at E3 2019 and they concurred.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Confirmed for E3 2019

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Official Twitter account for Cyberpunk game has confirmed showing up this year at E3 without giving much detail of any sort.



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The confirmation came with a series of speculation of a release date announcement or some more extended gameplay video from fans, which are most likely to happen at some extent but there were no comments from the developers to support those theories.

After making an official title reveal and dropping a teaser trailer more than six years ago, CD Projekt Red sort of delved deep into the development of this project in background while working on The Witcher series of games.

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Set to release for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on a yet to specified date, we are looking forward to get more intel on Night City metropolis when it will make a show at Los Angeles, California during E3 2019 from June 12-14, 2019.

Cyberpunk 2077 would feature some nudity to support its transhumanism theme and despite many believing it to be a multiplayer shooter of some sort, the game actually offers a true RPG experience for all mature players.

Monday, August 27, 2018

Cyberpunk 2077 Gameplay Reveal

Developer CD Projekt Red offered a public reveal of an extensive gameplay of upcoming Cyberpunk 2077 recently.

After their successful stint with The Witcher series, Polish developer/publisher company CD Projekt Red has focused their efforts on a new upcoming role-playing game, Cyberpunk 2077 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. We are already way past a teaser trailer followed by another E3 2018 trailer back in June to receive some details of the game. What we really lacked until this point was a look at the in-game footage of how it plays out and we finally have a gameplay reveal here.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Gameplay Reveal

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Below is a 48 minutes-long gameplay walkthrough from Cyberpunk 2077 that takes us for ride to the dystopian future we were eager to get into.




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The developers chose to play the game's key character V as a female for the demonstration as she goes into a mission at an early point of the game with her friend Jackie to retrieve a girl aided by a NetRunner named T-Bug. Her locator implant goes off and now breached into a secret facility of some sort where apparently, a group of scavengers are trying to harvest implants from people by kidnapping them. They come across one of them inside and took him down without making any noise.

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Character Customization System

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As she goes inside, more goons appear and gunfire ensues between two parties. We then see V using cover and then a reflex booster that allows player to use ability called Kereznikov. This lets one to experience a brief time freeze to perform attack like an amazing bullet time effect from The Matrix movie. They manage to take down the last one of them and secure the target before calling in an emergency evacuation unit to get the girl. A Trauma Team then arrives and leaves with her.

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We actually have a lot more than we expected and in a video clip of nearly an hour long, there was a lot to notice and miss at the same time. Already on talk of the town menu, the game spiked an interest of every RPG lovers ever since the teaser dropped and upon releasing of some stunning screenshots, they've just lost their minds. Though skeptical at first, CD Projekt Red decided not to make them wait too much for some exclusive look into the open world of Night City.

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It may sound quite odd that Cyberpunk 2077 was originally announced back in 2012, even years before The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt came out. Then it took another six years for them to make it to E3 this year. There, they showcased a similarly long demo of in-game footage to a selective audience and they were quite hesitant to reveal the video for public because it is from an early phase of development process and the finished product may not play out the same as you saw in this clip.

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Debuted on Twitch, it was on the top of the live video streaming platform and then made its way to the game's official YouTube channel and we then decided to dive down. When their Twitch feed initially started to spew out a series of random characters and numbers over a black background, Reddit users have predicted this as a new trailer because of its cryptic nature but then it turned out to be a major display of the gameplay demo that was shown behind closed doors at E3 and Gamescom 2018.

Friday, June 15, 2018

Cyberpunk 2077 Will Have Full Nudity

Because it is reflecting of their theme, Cyberpunk 2077 will not have nudity censorship as it defines the genre of the game.

Long since the release of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, developer/publisher CD Projekt Red has been busy with their upcoming role-playing game Cyberpunk 2077, which was announced back in May 2012, then dropped a teaser trailer next year and at E3 2018.

The studio has finally revealed another new trailer with a release date yet to be announced for all. They have displayed over a 50 minutes long gameplay demo to the audience present to show them various features of the game and to make a statement about this project.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Will Have Full Nudity

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Obviously, the demo was quite impressive and reminded the people present there of their capability as a studio. However, at a certain point of that presentation, there were some giggles within the gathering crowd for a very specific reason.

The game has a character creation system where you can customize face, hairstyles and even sex, which have both male and female figures on a blue mock-up background. Although the models were completely nude, their genital parts were pixelated with noise.

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Maybe some members from the spectators giggled because they were either shocked by nudity or uncomfortable with the subject. Some of them perhaps wondered why censoring the human form in a video game but game director Adam Badowski thought it was very necessary.

For the E3 presentation, they decided to censor overall nudity as a tactical move by the Polish developer team. CD Projekt Red didn't want people to think that they have used nudity in video games for some sort of shock value.

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Hottest Tech In Town

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When the full game will be released, there will not be any pixelated area or digital noise over the bodies but for the E3 conference, they simply wanted the international press over there not making a huge deal about male or female sexuality.

Also, they wanted to keep the public reaction to a giggle and not bursting into laughter. Badowski believes, nakedness is normal and makes it all believable, which is why they included it. It's not something special and there is no other reason for them to go with it.

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One of the most important themes for the game Cyberpunk 2077 is transhumanism and their inclusion of full nudity in it actually supports the belief. It is the idea that humanity can rise above their mental and physical state with technological enhancements.

The entire game is about to let the players experience how that feeling is and bareness is just part of a puzzle piece that makes it whole along with many other aspects. Showing body parts are necessary because they play a big role in the setting.

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Transcend Above Current Form

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There is a sequence, where your job is to rescue a kidnapped woman and you learn a brutal truth that she was not taken because of a demand of ransom. Her captors were planning to chop her to pieces to collect high-tech implants within her body to sell them on black market.

Upon defeating the crooks after heavy gunfire, player discovers her body in a bathtub full of ice with another naked NPC. The player must bring her outside for the Trauma Team of paramedics to take a look at her to provide necessary medical services ASAP.

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In the futuristic Night City, everyone wants or needs augmented parts for their body and meat or not, body parts are shown for that reason. Some of them are so much augmented that there is a little of humanity left in them or maybe none.

So, people do not need to feel awkward about that as it is the nature of the genre. CD Projekt Red still hasn't announced a release date for Cyberpunk 2077 which will be available to play on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.