This change comes to offer its player a better story-line and away better gameplay. Now you may think ” Why do I have to customize my character if I will never see it” apparently you will be able to see your customized “V” in the inventory screen, during driving sequences, in mirrors, and “very occasionally in some cut-scenes”.
But from the gameplay we got to see, “V” can be seen also in security cameras and cyber optics. One user messaged the Official Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter account to clarify the “tpp view” in cutscenes or other situations. the response was pretty clear “In Cyberpunk 2077, immersion is very important for us, so yes, cutscenes are fpp :)”
As curiosity occurred, our user also asked about sex scenes, and the answer was surprising “same”.
We can only wonder how these scenes will take place, and how much of “a first-person experience” we will get from them.
While this news might sound interesting to some, others aren’t very happy at all:
These three tweets are a very small portion of complaints posted to the inital thread, and it leaves us to wonder whether or not it will affect how well Cyberpunk 2077 sells when it’s released in April 2020. Furthermore, it leads us to wonder whether or not CD Projekt Red will stick to its guns and maintina the FPP from start to finish or if it’ll at least offer up an option for those that can’t get past not having a third-person view they were used to in the original. Only time will tell it seems.
Cyberpunk 2077 is a role-playing, first-person video game that will take place in the future(2077) in Dystopian Night City, separated in six different regions. It has been developed by Cd Project Red. You will be playing the role of a hired gunman with hacking and combat abilities. Cyberpunk 2077 will be available on Play Station 4, PC, Google Stadia and Xbox One starting April 16, 2020.