Everyone is aware of Cyberpunk 2077 as it’s easily one of the biggest anticipated video game releases of 2020. Developed under CD Projekt Red, the same developers that brought out The Witcher video game adaptions, Cyberpunk 2077 is not only providing gamers with a new unique open-world RPG title but one that is likely going to have players replaying the game a few times over. We’ve already known that the game would feature some choice and consequence aspects in the narrative, but recently this month we got the unveiling of lifepaths, a feature in which gamers can start their character out in one of three different areas.
In a means to reiterate the latest news of lifepaths, CD Projekt Red’s quest director, Mateusz Tomaszkiewicz has talked about the various gameplay aspects such as character origins in a new Twitter video upload. Again, this isn’t anything new, we’ve already heard this information in the past, but Mateusz Tomaszkiewicz further explained that the game will present gamers with several options on how to complete quests. Because you can make a wide range of upgrades and augmentations, going through missions may present players with a few different options in completing the tasks laid before you. We saw a bit of this during the initial gameplay footage shown for the game so far which you can view in the video embedded above.
Likewise, it was already revealed that Cyberpunk 2077 will feature three different origin stories for the mercenary protagonist character, V. The three lifepaths are Corporate, Street Kid and Nomad. Choosing one of these lifepaths will start the character off in a certain area and with some actual background story. These lifepaths will also come with their additional skills and attributes that you can make use of in the campaign. We’ll likely hear even more about these origin stories and augmentations you can pick up for your character in the coming months. Currently, as it stands right now, Cyberpunk 2077 will be launching on April 16, 2020, for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One platforms.