post on Reddit by Moraez
has a handy roundup of details about Cyberpunk 2077
transcribed and translated from a series of premium podcasts from German
magazine Gamestar (thanks
). In other news about CD PROJEKT RED's upcoming RPG,
this press release about ad campaigns
reveals that it will not be available
on Stadia on September 17th when it launches for PC and consoles. Word is it
will arrive on Google's streaming service by the end of the year. Here's a bit
from the Reddit post on Gamestar's podcasts:
- there will be no such thing as the barrels from the Witcher 3 in
Cyberpunk with an overwhelming amount of map icons because some players want
to complete every single map icon available.
- Due to the coronavirus the devs had to work from home and CDPR sent over
700 Workstations out to the devs around the world with Cyberpunk installed.
Therefor we know at least 701 people are working on the game.
Edit: -You will have about 3 times that much ways to solve a mission than in
the Witcher 3. They thought “What is the dumbest thing a player could do now
and how is it possible that the mission continues. The only thing stopping
it is the players death. They called an example where you talk to someone,
get shot and instead of fighting back you run away and buy a hamburger but
the mission has to continue. (Does this mean eating is confirmed? I’m not
- They tried to improve this in the Witcher 3 DLCs and want to improve it
even more in Cyberpunk: Some players said the missions when using the
Witcher sight were to similar and not that interesting. We won’t see that
again. I assume we will have something similar with our Cyberwear but that
will be used better for missions.