Cyberpunk 2077 Review
It received mostly positive reviews, but several shortcomings made some of the players turn away from it.
Graphics and Sound (9/10)
The graphics on a PC version are breathtaking. You immerse yourself in a huge metropolis full of neon lights, crowds of people, and many cars. The electronic soundtrack fits perfectly into the cyberpunk atmosphere. The original voice actors have done an excellent job of making the characters alive. However, the game for consoles was so bad the company pulled it out of digital stores some time after launch.
From a control point of view, the developers have not come up with anything new. In general, it will be understandable to any user familiar with the RPG genre. Whether you play with a gamepad or keyboard/mouse, you don't have to get used to it very long. If you want, you can customize each action to your liking. Transport controls were implemented well, but it could be better.
Cyberpunk 2077 is far from perfect in terms of gameplay, but it is really atmospheric. You play as a mercenary named V, who goes to the metropolis searching for work and quick money. There are lots of opportunities for character and plot development, and in general, each player can find their own style of play. But don't forget that shooter mechanics are an integral part of the whole process. No matter how peacefully you would like to play, you cannot do without shootings and crafting super-sophisticated weapons. Over time, you will conclude that it is better to play roughly and forcefully, paying attention to a wide range of weapons and hacking tools.
Lasting Appeal (9/10)
The game has a really high level of replayability, considering the enormous possibilities of a player. There are interesting branches of skills, an open world with six large locations, a wide selection of implants, many small quests, and you can hack almost everything you see on the map. Among other things, the plot's development and the game's ending depend on your actions.
Dive Into the World of Cyberpunk
Cyberpunk 2077 definitely deserves the attention of any person who loves computer games. It was indeed one of the most anticipated games; talks about it will not subside for a very long time. Recently it became known that CD Projekt plans to release 10 free and 3 paid DLCs.
Many diverse quests;
Interesting game world;
Attractive and memorable NPCs;
Excellent visual elaboration of locations;
Rich character development system;
Slightly overloaded interface;
The plot develops slowly;