As if Cyberpunk 2077 wasn't exciting enough already, CD Projekt Red's new game lets players ignore the main plot and take Night City their own way.
But i can already do that in pretty much any open world game ?
Based on the article, it says the following: “ Essentially, you can complete the game, and even get a definitive resolution, while barely touching the main plot thread.”
Hmm. I hope it's not oddly structured. I loved the gameplay for both Days Gone and Borderlands but it can get confusing what the main plot sometimes is when instead of naturally taking you to the next main sorry mission, they take you to some random side mission or side story.
@Kyro yea inlove days gone but absolutely hate the mission structure. I didnt get used to it til a third of a way through
So far Open world game with below features: - You see Keanu in the game - Eat Burger - Modify organs or the parts - Hideo Kojima in the game (not confirmed) - now you can ignore the main plot A very promising game
If hideo is in the game it makes me much less interested
This game will be a hot mess. Useless character customization for a first person view game, the questing and story looks too messy and all over the place, and the gfx already downgraded from the last footages we’ve seen... still it looks nice. I’ve lowered my expectations for this one so that I want be too disappointed... it will be one of those games that many will buy but most wont finish it.
You are kidding right?
You must be blind since the gfx are upgraded
Just dont get the game, problem solved. I cant wait.
What about CDPR makes you think this game will be a mess?
CDPR has yet to prove they can deliver quality games consistently. The first two Witcher games had very poor gameplay and Witcher III wasn't great on that front either. And from recent footage I can tell the gameplay and use of weapons in a first person view isn’t that great either. Plus, You can already see CD Projekt implementing some "downgrades" from what we saw in the first demo. Better to lower expectations to not be that disappointed.
The meltdown over this game will be hilarious once its out.
Man can’t wait for this one.
Letting you ignore the main story, while sounding like a good idea could backfire in terms of the level of engagement of the overall game. Not saying the side questing won't have its own level of satisfaction, but it sounds odd that the game would just end if you ignored the main story only going for sidequests. Trying to understand what exactly they're talking about. If I had to guess there may be some kind of limitation on the number of sidequests you can do before it effects the main story and you just end up actually skipping portions of the main story or something.
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