If you plan on buying any video game in 2020, Cyberpunk 2077 should be at the top of your list. In fact, not only should you pre-order the game, but you should also be hyped for its release, as Cyberpunk 2077 is likely to be the best game of the year and will be released on all big platforms: Cyberpunk 2077 Xbox One, Cyberpunk 2077 PS4 and of course Cyberpunk 2077 for PC.
Developed by CD Projekt Red — Anyone who knows anything about RPGs knows the Polish game developer CD Projekt Red is at the top of the list of studios that are currently creating the world’s best role-playing games.
Known for their hugely successful RPG series The Witcher, since preview trailers of Cyberpunk 2077 were released a few months ago, CD Projekt Red’s upcoming new game is now being hyped as a likely title to be crowned game of the year.
Some critics that have played early releases of the game are even saying it could well end up being named game of the decade.
The in-depth open world, weaponry and quests –Just about every RPG released nowadays has an open world where players can wander around and deal with quests in any order they like.
Cyberpunk 2077 has taken this idea to an extreme, however, as the RPG not only has an open world, this one is one of the biggest ever developed.
Gameplay takes place in six areas where players can pick up quests as they progress through them, and then play through the quests in their own unique play styles.
Quests can be customized to such an extent that every player will end up completing them a little differently than everyone else.
Weaponry is also detailed and with an enormous number of guns and knives to choose from, with some that have never appeared in other games before.
When you also add the incredible amount of customization a player can do to the character he is playing, it should not be a surprise to hear Cyberpunk 2077 being talked about as the most anticipated game of 2020.
A no-kill game — Most RPGs require the player to kill a large number of people, bosses and monsters in order to complete the game.
While most players do not have a problem with this, some felt it would be nice to also have the option of a no-kill feature to Cyberpunk 2077 and still be able to complete the game.
CD Projekt Red listened to fans concerns and added a playthrough option whereby Cyberpunk 2077’s main character V can choose to hack opponents rather than kill them.
This feature allows the player to complete every aspect of the game from beginning to end, yet still feel satisfied they did not have to murder anyone to finish it.
With so many features like this that are not available in other games, it is easy to see why the hype for Cyberpunk 2077 is so enormous.