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Cyberpunk 2077 will incorporate a quirky class system

15 July 2017, 03:07 | Jodi Jackson

Cyberpunk 2077 will incorporate a quirky class system

Cyberpunk 2077 will incorporate a quirky class system

We all have high hopes for Cyberpunk 2077, as CD Projekt Red's The Witcher 3 will probably stay on our list of the best RPGs forever.

Since it's not based on a book like CD Projekt RED's Witcher games were, we'll likely be playing a more conventional RPG game where we make a character, pick a class, and work our way through the story from there.

"Yes, you can. They're all going to be there, but I can tell you're going to find some surprises about how we've done it and I think you're really going to like it". He told the outlet that CD Projekt RED didn't know he had experience working on video games before, and that's when the deal shifted from a simple licensing deal to him becoming a consultant. "There's a lot of subtlety going on", said Pondsmith, who is excited and confident about the adaptation of his game. We also know it's playable in either first-person or third-person perspective and that it takes place in an open world metropolis called Night City.


Cyberpunk 2077's table-top creator Mike Pondsmith gave an interview with GameReactor, in which he touched upon some details pertaining to the much-anticipated adventure. And since many elements of his 1988 game are being incorporated into the project, he was asked whether or not these would include the unconventional classes. "So I look at it and go 'oh, they really did that [.] that's awesome". "Adam (KiciƄski, CD Projekt RED's co-CEO) and I spent literally a whole week messing with the ways of implementing that, so you get the most feel for your character". "What's actually amusing was when they did the trailer that everyone's seen now, I looked at it and said "oh my god, that's like flawless.' And there were all these little weird touches from the game that were in the background, because they're fans". We're cool too, you know. The game was announced back in 2012, teased back in 2013, and we've heard very little since.

Cyberpunk 2077 is in development as we speak, and although the game is slated to be for PC and the latest consoles, it will be ready when it is ready.



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