The latest issue of Official Xbox Magazine features an interview with CD project Red Quest designer Patrick Mills, who talks about cyberpunk in 2077 and makes some comparisons to The Witcher 3, which he also worked on. Of particular interest is his answer to the question of whether the new game will contain "political issues or social commentary".
"Cyberpunk 2077 is a game about people with power at the top and people at the top with none," he replied. "This power can come from money, hierarchies, technology and violence, and the original Cyberpunk 2020 attitude, like the setting of The Witcher stories, was a complex critique of the author's world, and we do not shy away from it in our games. On the contrary, I think it's one of the things that sets us apart. […] Cyberpunk is an inherently political genre and an inherently political franchise. "
Mills also talked about deciding to make her new game an ego role-play close . "There are a lot of things that we get from the first person, and part of it is closer to the character and feels like you're inhabiting that character, but at the same time I would say that too: go play a third person game, go and play The Witcher 3 and look up, just try to look up You'll find that [immersion] never really works It never feels like you look up you're moving a camera around. "
Here's everything we know about Cyberpunk 2077 so far. And here are some cool things from the Cyberpunk 2020 Tabletop RPG that we would like to see in the video game.