Cyberpunk 2077 may have been delayed for a month, but nothing is going to stop the developers from revealing more exciting details about the shooter. The Night City Wire stream just ended, and we’ve got a handful of details already.
There’s a lot we know about Cyberpunk 2077, but it seems like there’s a lot that the developers have yet to reveal as well. As such, the Night City Wire stream served as a great outlet to reveal more exciting details about the game.
The highlight of the Night City Wire stream has to be the Braindance feature. Simply put, Braindancing is the game’s way of letting the players investigate things that have already happened.
In the trailer, we start out in the perspective of an unknown robber. Once the scene cuts out, we then see that it was actually V who was viewing the scene through a device called the Braindance. After doing so, V begins to “edit” the scene through the BD Rollers Sensory Array.
While editing, V can pause, rewind, or fast forward the things that happened. Since the scene happens from the perspective of the robber, V doesn’t know the face or the identity of the criminal. He figures out the face of the criminal by looking at CCTV footage and then enhancing the image.
The trailer also suggests that V will be able to see heat signatures while using the Braindance in Cyberpunk 2077.
Investigations will play a huge part in the game, and it seems like players will have to get really creative if they want to solve crimes and other mysteries.
The Night City Wire stream also had some exciting reveals for the players. One of which is a new story trailer that dove deep into exactly what is happening within Night City. CD Projekt Red also announced that there will be a new tie-in anime for the game.
There’s a lot we haven’t seen about the game including the fantasy elements within Cyberspace. We can expect the developer to reveal more of these within the coming months.
Cyberpunk 2077 is going to launch on November 17. We’ve yet to know if the game will launch for current or future gen consoles. The delay was announced because the developers believe that they need more time to fully polish the game as it’s really grand in size. We’ll have to wait for more details from the developers in the following months.
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