Cyberpunk 2077 QA Lead Łukasz Babiel has shared some information on the game's features revealing a toggle for nudity and his total playtime.
I put 320 hrs into The Witcher 3 so that's cool.
Currently 510 hours and counting on Red Dead 2.
510 hours into single player?
I barely played it for 2 hours.. Game' is too stiff, and map visibility is close to zero
anyone know what's the resolution and frame rate on ps5/xboxSX?
Hopefully it will be 60 FPS out the gate for next gen but do realise it’s not optimised fully for the new systems there will be no ray tracing until next year but I am hoping 1440p 60fps for ps5 and Xbox
2283 hours into GTA V
I put over 100 hours into RDR2 on my first play through. I absolutely love the game/experience. It’s certainly stiff in areas, but still extremely enjoyable and the story was a real adventure! Highs and lows, with great camp conversations, boat songs, and great dynamic world events. Another masterpiece by Rockstar “in my opinion”
Game of the generation right there. No other games did what RDR2 did. It was a true step up, new experience that wasn't rivaled at all.
Rdr2 was a great game of 2018, but God of war was better, goty 2018.
Over 100 hours of it was spent watching the animation to loot dead bodies.
I got around 200 on Witcher and with RDR2 100 SP and about 50 on MP. Both are excellent games.
Damn thats a whole lot of playtime.
I hate to hear playtimes like this. No game can sustain that length and not feel like a grind. Not good.
I personally love it, im a completionist so im gonna be a bit bias...
I have to say, I agree. I'm generally more likely to buy a game that is 18 hours long than a game that is 100 hours long, because I know that I'm likely going to get put off by the sheer length of the game and give up before I even reach the 18 hour point. That is a very clumsy sentence, but essentially, I weirdly find that (for me) shorter games to be better value for money.
@toxic There is no way you’re taking away from a game being good because of your inability to commit I really hope no devs out there take opinions like this serious. Keep making them longer and longer
I just tend to avoid most open world games, half the time I feel lost, I generally need an experience that is a little more linear. I'm not saying I haven't enjoyed open world games, I like BotW and HZD, those games were fantastic, I also really enjoyed Assassin's Creed Black Flag.
@UnSelf That is precisely why I didn't use the word 'good' but rather referred to 'value for money'. Also, I don't consider 'inability to commit' to be a negative thing in this context. It's entirely a choice - I very much could commit, but choose not to, as I tend to enjoy tight narrative more than sprawling freedom. There are different reasons why people play games - developers should exist that cater to all interests.
I agree for a different reason, I work and have kids, i just can't commit hundreds of hours to something. I'd rather have something tight paced around 20 hours plus whatever collectibles they put in etc. and know I'm actually going to finish it.
You don't have to complete all the hours, the idea is replayabilty. There are 100s off quests I never did in many rpgs
Not necessarily true. I still play GTA V just to start shit with the police and go on a police chase, no grinding involved.
That's not true. Take Witcher 3 as example, played it twice, never finished it because of the playtime it provides but I don't feel like it was a grind and loved playing it both times which will probably make me return to it again. Back when I was a kid games were way harder than nowadays so I rarely finished them which means I learned to enjoy my time playing them rather than finishing them.
You don’t need to complete every single mission in just one playthrough. I didn’t in Witcher 3. Finish the game more than once, with a different playstyle. That way there will be quests enough you didn’t play before and keep things fresh.
TW3 for me was so so so much fun. I put 75 hours into it, but after that had to take a 2 week break from it. It wasn’t that it was a grind so much as I had done so much in that time, side quests, exploring, main missions, fights, everything was just so thrilling and magical in a sense and just kept getting better. But I’d gotten exhausted too, from playing so much but I had time off work to enjoy. So I took a leave from the game. After that break, I felt refreshed and was so ready to dive back in. Finished the game and little over 200 hours put into the game in the end. That reminds me, I need to play the DLC which I’ve done, but bought a good while back lol.
Disagree. Depends how much variety there is. I never got bored with Witcher 3 and I'm sure I got close to that playtime same developer is a good sign. Dragon Quest XI I was over 100 hours too and wanted more
You probably don't have to play even 100 hours if most of what you do is story stuff, I imagine.
I felt like that with the witcher, after i finished the game i thought ill go through it again, then actually thought about it, just too much, and i have other games that need playing.
I suppose it depends on the game and the story but yeah there definitely is a really weird bias in gaming where some games get chastised for just being too long like Days Gone, while others are praised for it like this one.
Then just play the main quest and ignore distractions.
CD Projekt Red games can.
I spent alot of time in the witcher 3 just wondering the map and doing odd quest that randomly showed up and other side stuff. I had over 200 hours into the witcher so 175 is not bad to me.
I worked as a Software QA analyst for years, those hours don't really mean much. He could have spent 20 hours just testing that he could spin around in a circle. Also, if he hasn't done everything the game has to offer that means he hasn't tested everything that the game has to offer. Hopefully that means someone else is doing it.
He admits he was just chilling, enjoying the off time the game offers and taking his sweet time to advance in the story
100 of my hours will be spent "chillin" with judy alvarez
Turn off nudity? My hype for this game is so high I'll probably won't be able to turn off nudity in real life! XD
Call the FCC...assuming that's not too old a reference.
after a quick google search, I think that's a reference a non american like me doesn't get
I’m actually Canadian, but there’s an old Family Guy episode where an organization tasked with censorship in the US decides to go on an all-out censoring spree, and by the end of the episode, even goes so far as to try and censor real life.
Large rpg games can be time syncs but also large action titles like Gta as bits are constantly added.
Why would anyone want to switch of nudity the game is a 18 everyone should play it the way it was intended
Sign me up. I have four kids and very little "me" space. I wasn't even considering this game, as much as I wanted to, because of the nudity. I understand why it's there and I suppose it makes sense given the transhumanism approach, but my 8 year old doesn't need that at her age. I can use a headset to "filter" the profanity and now I o ow there's an "off" switch on nudity. Cool. Just earned one more customer.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla has the same kind of 'switch' for nudity as well
So nudity is a big no-no in front of the kids, but extreme violence would be ok?
bro in that case your kid shouldn't see heads being blown off either? You know.. haha
@seanpitt23 wow “everyone” should do something is a pretty strong statement. There are many factors that go into making a game 18+. Nudity/Sex is not something that shows up in all “M” games so having the option is a nice feature. I personally don’t care for nudity/sex in video games or really movies/TV now that I think about it. I don’t look down on people who like it, or prefer to keep it on. Just not my thing when I’m gaming or watching TV. I think sometimes it can just be distracting and the creators use it to try to force an emotion out of you or just beef it up as more “mature”. Seems like every HBO show has sex in first 2 episodes (am I wrong?). Sometimes it seems forced. Just to think of a few examples though, a parent wouldn’t want their kid to see something accidentally, streamers who don’t want to broadcast nudity, or even some people have spouses who may be a little weirded out by nudity in a game. It may seem dumb to people not in these situations, but we all have different circumstances and nudity should not prevent anyone from playing a great game if you can sensor it.
What this means to me is don’t stop playing. It’s why I stopped playing Witcher and Final Fantasy 14. You go in a long hiatus and come back to see a wall of quest, missions, and half finished task and instantly get overwhelmed. You’re not in that mindset anymore. You don’t know what the plan was nor where the hell you are at the moment. Luckily nothing else comes out this year that I can think of so I can marathon the heck out of it between trying to learn Spawn in MK 11 and making roller coasters on that one game. I’ll have ghost of Tsushima done before Cyberpunk launches too. Almost at the end.
Sounds like a good plan and good timing after Ghost Of Tsushi just finishing up too. If I play multiple games while playing CyberPunk I know I will lose it, lose that feeling of being immursed in the world and lose the motivation. I don't want to feel overwhelmed. When I start this game, it's the only one I'll be playing for quite some time. I don't want to rock the boat so to speak.
Great a Kid mode in an Adult game as usual can we tune in to Sponge BoB Saturday morning to like fk off CD project red that and Google Stadia makes me think these guys are sell outs now will C when the game comes out i guess
That upset about the option to turn off nudity? Jeez, acting like someone ran over your dog. It is an option, you don't have to turn it off. Also, like a previous poster mentioned, Twitch streamers cannot show nudity therefore this is a great option for them
Imagine getting this upset over the option to turn off BLOOD, which so many games have. This is exactly the same. It's like, why would it bother a single living soul?
Are you that immature to the point that you get upset about a nudity off option on a game? Look man, it's there for those who want to stream the game without getting banned and to those who have kids and run the risk of them storming into the room right when you're playing that kind of content!
Why don’t you learn how to structure a sentence and your grammar before commenting on adult matters.
These extended playtimes are a good news/bad news scenario for me. I love that the developers have created such deep and intricate worlds. But I simply don't have the time to invest in a 100+ hour game. I have a huge backlog of games such as The Witcher 3, Metal Gear Solid V and the Fallout series which I'll probably never play due to their immense length. I'm lucky if I can squeeze in 4 hours of gaming per a week. While it's' great for those who can afford to dedicate that much time to their hobby, I feel it's kind of daunting to tackle a game of this length. I did manage to finish Red Dead Redemption 2 and Days Gone. It took me about 6 or 7 months.
"But still not done..." Famous last words.
I guess they wanted to play it themselves before releasing it.
Open world games and their respective play times is all over the map. Often such games can be speed ran in under an hour. Or you can go the completionist route and sink hundreds of hours. It’s relative people. Cyberpunk will be no different.
My 5 year old son is going to see every set of cans, snatch, and dumper this game has to offer. Gotta start him young. Its the violence I'm concerned about. He has already pulled a knife on his mother.
WTF?.. I hope you're kidding.
full naughty mode for me
Why buy a game you’d toggle off?
175 hours? That's a job not a game
Just let me play the damn game!
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