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Cyberpunk 2077

Cyberpunk 2077
Cyberpunk 2077

3.9

26154

  • Requirements:

    Windows

  • Latest Version:

    PC

  • Updated Time:

    December 10, 2020

  • File Size:

    70 GB

  • Developer:

    CD Projekt

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DESCRIPTION

Cyberpunk 2077 is a game set in Night City, a megalopolis obsessed with power, beauty, and body alteration. Play as V, a mercenary outlaw on the hunt for a one-of-a-kind implant that holds the key to immortality.

Become a cyberpunk and explore a massive world where your decisions impact the plot and the environment around you with character cyberware customization, skillset, and playstyle.

Cyberpunk 2077 is a first-person action role-playing game in which you control V, a mercenary with a customizable voice, face, hairstyle, body type, and clothes.

The character classes you choose, NetRunner (hacking), Techie (machinery), and Solo (combat), impact the stat categories which are Body, Intelligence, Reflexes, Technical, and Cool.

To upgrade and acquire cyberware implants, V must contact a ripperdoc; black markets sell military-grade powers. A colored tier system indicates the rarity of every given item.

V is capable of taking cover, aiming, running, jumping, double jumping, and sliding. Close-combat weapons can deal with melee attacks. Ranged weapons may be customized and upgraded in three ways: Power (standard), Tech (which penetrates barriers and enemies), and Smart (with homing bullets).

Ranged guns can ricochet shots in the direction of a target, slowing them down in bullet time. Physical, thermal, EMP, and chemical damage may all be inflicted and resisted.

Character animations show that using weapons improves accuracy and reloading speed. Weapons are repaired and upgraded by gunsmiths. With non-lethal alternatives for weapons and cyberware, the game can be played without harming anyone.

The corporate City Centre, immigrant-populated Watson, luxurious Westbrook, suburban Heywood, gang-infested Pacifica, and industrial Santo Domingo make up Night City's open-world city. The Badlands, which surround it, may also be explored later in the story.

V travels between various locations on foot and in vehicles, using either a third- or first-person perspective. Pedestrians are at risk of being hit by cars which may cause trouble. If V commits a crime, law enforcement may be notified depending on the local area. There are radio stations to listen to.

Non-player characters' behavior is influenced by the whole day-night cycle and dynamic weather. V has an apartment and a garage where you may keep your belongings and personalize your character. Non-English-speaking characters appear in Night City, and their languages may be translated with special implants.

V may use Braindance to undergo the experiences of other people. Interaction with NPCs and mission activities are made possible through branching conversations.

Main quests provide experience points, which power your stats; side quests provide street cred, which unlocks skills, vendors, locations, and other quests. Fixers are the characters who can provide you with quests.

V is supported by a number of companions and allies throughout the game. Healing is done with consumables like soft drinks, and objects may be examined in V's inventory after obtaining them. Hacking, boxing, motor racing, martial arts, and shooting ranges are among the minigames available throughout the game. Different endings are possible depending on your decisions throughout the game.

How to play

The story takes place in Night City, a Cyberpunk universe open world. You take the first-person perspective of V, a customizable mercenary with hacking and mechanical skills as well as melee and ranged combat possibilities.

The plot follows V's fight to deal with a mystery cybernetic implantation that threatens to overrun his body with the personality and memories of a dead celebrity only V can sense; the two must work together if they are to be separated and V's life saved.

The city exists in its own right, active and indifferent to the player's ambitions. It's both friendly and hostile, with characters and alliances moving as the player makes choices.

The city and its residents are an important aspect of V's plot and the game's greatest element. However, getting started in this world might be difficult. So here are the top Cyberpunk 2077 tips for making it big or going out in a blaze of glory.

● Making a life path

One of the first decisions you must make in Cyberpunk 2077 is picking a Life Path for V. In a game full of choices, this is one of the most important. Corpo, Street Kid, and Nomad are the three options. 

You effectively choose where they want the game to begin by selecting a Life Path. This will have an impact on the prologue, several dialogue options, and a few later acquaintances.

● Consider your choices

Despite the similarities, the Life Path does not indicate how much the game considers your decisions. In other games, players would rarely notice the impacts, but in Cyberpunk, it affects.

Choices made more than 15 hours earlier can impact the course of a side quest, change dialogue, and even change the actions accessible to V.

● Don't forget about crafting

Crafting isn't required, although it can be beneficial. Players who want to become master crafters will have to spend valuable points on a wide-branching tree merely to be able to build some weapons, but the end result can be incredibly valuable.

Focusing points on obtaining the ability to make Legendary items may go a long way and the benefit of being able to rapidly and efficiently construct items on the fly should not be underestimated. During a fight, hiding behind cover to create medical supplies or more ammo might make the difference for V.

● Keep area and mission difficulties in Mind

Each region and quest in the game has a different level of difficulty. Hovering over the map icons, as well as checking their task log in the menu, will reveal them.

Those seeking a more balanced experience should focus on missions with a less difficulty rating. Watson is a good place to start because it includes the neighborhood near V's apartment as well as Northside.

● Frequently visit Ripperdocs

V's body will be modified by the Ripperdocs. And each Ripperdoc has their own special inventory that will greatly aid you in your journey.

Like the mantis blades from the teaser, there are large dazzling upgrades that will boost the player's DPS. However, there are less subtle improvements that might aid with other areas of the game, such as an OS or RAM increases for hacking.

● Mod everything

Everything can be modded, of course. Weapons, in particular, have a wide range of amazing mod possibilities. Some people can even make the greatest guns non-lethal, which will really spice up V's non-lethal run.

Not only that but clothes and armor may also be modified! As players gain street cred and progress to additional regions, they will get access to more modifications and objects, expanding their modding options.

This leads us to the conclusion of today's article. Please share your gaming experiences in the comments box below so that we may all learn from one another.

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