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CD Projekt considering foreign tongued NPCs in Cyberpunk 2077

While it's strictly a spitball idea right now, Cyberpunk 2077 from CD Projekt RED could have NPCs speaking a variety of languages that the gamer, unless multi-linguistic, couldn't understand what was being said.

That is until you get yourself a fancy translator implant, of course, which would give "better or worse translation" depending on its sophistication. Will this idea survive the cutting floor? (Cyberpunk 2077, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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aliengmr  +   1003d ago
Ohhh, I like that idea.
ThichQuangDuck  +   1003d ago
Would add an interesting element to gameplay. Assuming some will be languages and others fictional languages. If you knew the language you would not need the implant. Leading to different quest and opportunities
aliengmr  +   1003d ago
You could also be challenged to learn what is being said on your own.
shutUpAndTakeMyMoney  +   1003d ago
This sounds awsome..
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b_one  +   1001d ago
then tell them you like it on thier page, they are still just thinking about it.
SlapHappyJesus  +   1003d ago
Really interesting concept, actually.
I am all for this.
Godmars290  +   1003d ago
Well if they don't, maybe Bioware will do it for the next ME.

Oh, who am I kidding...
matrixman92  +   1003d ago
it will be day 1 dlc for ME4
Blacktric  +   1003d ago

...if you buy the 80 dollar Collector's Edition.
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hazardman  +   1003d ago
That's gonna be sick. Its cool to always add real world elements to a game. Adds more depth. Sheeit I wish I had a translater chip, nowadays can't understand anyone do you speake de engiles.
kwyjibo  +   1003d ago
Yes please. I'd much prefer to have subtitles over crappy dubbing in film, would prefer my games this way too. Sleeping Dogs is so annoying, where everyone in Hong Kong speaks American as their first language.

Multi-culturalism plays right into the cyberpunk aesthetic too, the language translator idea sounds cool too.
ApolloTheBoss  +   1003d ago
Go for it! That's sounds VERY interesting. Having to need to implant a translator on the character the talk to certain NPCs will only enrich the experience.
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Excited2play  +   1003d ago
I'm all for that idea. I'm also hoping we see Cyberpunk 2077 on PS4.
Roccetarius  +   1003d ago
I may end up getting a copy for PC and a next gen console. Console depends on if it's worth getting one.

Anyways, excited for this and The Witcher 3.

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