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The Game Is Different To What We Saw In E3 2018 – Cyberpunk Developer

Quest Director of Cyberpunk 2077 In a interview shared some vital updates on the game

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We saw almost an hour of Cyberpunk 2077 demo in E3 2018, the gameplay demo revealed a lot about how the game really looks and what this futuristic world bring for gamers. Cyberpunk was long awaited after it launches it trailers years ago and finally, E3 2018 was the one place where got to know more. But a fresh new update coming from Mateusz Tomaszkiewicz, Quest Director of Cyberpunk 2077 who revealed the game is pretty different then what we saw last year.

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As per the developer, the fundamental elements of the game remains the same, like the open world region, narrative-driven role-playing where players will have different choices to complete missions and it will be set in a classic pen & paper RPG system.

There will be enhancements in the graphical or visual part of the game compared to what we saw in E3 2018. Tomaszkiewicz said we are constantly polishing the game and making it more interesting. The previous demo was just a small fraction, full has a bigger picture to show. There are many things still pending to come out in front of the world. We pulled some important lines from the developer’s statement, you can get more info from the source link.

We are constantly polishing and thinking how to make the game more interesting, how to make the gameplay more cool and, well, the demo shown last year was only a small fragment of the actual game.

It is an RPG with decisions and consequences where everything you do matters.

We have a good amount of mechanics that are based on this concept which we have not yet shown, so stay tuned.

In addition to this we are working on bringing good and fun combat mechanics and I think we have a wide range of weapons that will make our game stand out.

Source: Dsogaming.com

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