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WATCH: 20 Minutes of New Cyberpunk 2077 Gameplay

WATCH: 20 Minutes of New Cyberpunk 2077 Gameplay

Cyberpunk 2077 brings with it a whole new open-world experience for the players. This futuristic neo-noir based game is set to push the boundaries of open-world gaming experience. It has already generated quite a big hype for itself and the various aspects the devs unfolded in the Night City Wire show, has most certainly fueled it.

The devs are determined to develop the game further and have pushed the release date to November. Given the quality of work CD Projekt has achieved with this game in terms of the world and character design, quest structure, and gameplay experience, not all fans are too mad about this decision.

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WildGamerSK, a YouTuber recently posted 20 minutes of gameplay demo in 4K resolution.

Cyberpunk 2077’s seamless gameplay and NPC design are some of its major USPs

The first thing that catches the eye is the seamlessness of the story movement in the game. Usually what happens is the cut-scenes and the gameplay are distinguishable in terms of look and player involvement. Cyberpunk 2077 blurs that line so as to make the gameplay look like one continuous movement, like in a movie.

The character design of the NPCs deserves a lot of credit. We had mentioned before in another article that the devs have worked hard to make the NPCs seem as realistic as they can get. The devs said that they have given each major NPC a daily routine to make them unique. Moreover, the NPCs engage in more small and intricate gestures like eye-rolling. One major feature of this game is that it runs on open-world interaction. Therefore, the nature of NPC design plays a vital role in enhancing the gameplay experience.

Although the game will surely undergo further development, it is on a pretty good stage right now.

The magnitude of interactions and choices set Cyberpunk 2077 apart

The devs have said that they wanted something bigger than Witcher 3 in terms of the open-world and it looks like they have done it. Players can interact with almost every object and NPC in the game and the way they choose to interact shapes up their gameplay. Simply put, the players can discover their own ways of completing quests since there is literally an entire world of elements they can interact with. For instance, players can interact with all the different elements in the Badlands, and discover the area in their own way. Given the complex chain of quests in the game, there is just no end to the fun! But just a heads up: it can also get really complex.

The game is showcasing a variety of really cool features that we can’t wait to lay our hands-on. We can only imagine how the game will turn out once it finally completes development. We can assume that it will have minimum glitches and improved textures, among other final enhancements. Let’s see how it turns out!

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