You can hardly claim that the futuristic, dystopian setting of Night City is a hospitable place to call home. It’s a gritty dog-eat-dog world where most things want to kill you – or at least hustle you out of your remaining cash and drugs – so you’ve got plenty of weapons and abilities with which to defend yourself. So, it takes a pretty saintly soul to turn the other cheek and complete V’s adventure without killing anyone at all. Despite CD Projekt Red claiming the opposite last year, a representative from the developer has confirmed to Game Informer during an E3 2019 demo session that it is in fact possible to see Cyberpunk 2077’s credits without offing any at all. The fact that the company originally thought otherwise implies that this will certainly be a challenge for the moral yet squeamish masochists that’ll undertake such a mission. It’s certainly promising in terms of the depth of choice and consequence fans hope to see from the upcoming cyberpunk game. A few months ago in a reddit comment, senior quest designer Philipp Weber explained that Cyberpunk 2077 missions could be completed in “three to five different ways” to underline the complexity of the game’s quest design.
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