New details have surfaced regarding Cyberpunk 2077, the upcoming project from The Witcher developer CD Projekt Red. During the company's latest financial presentation, president Adam Kiciński dropped a few comments on what we can expect from the game, and it sounds ambitious to say the least.
First off, Kiciński confirms that there will be some form of character creation, so you won't be charging around as a predetermined character like Geralt, for example. You'll also choose a character class, supposedly allowing you to specialise in certain skills and abilities.
Next, Kiciński doubles down on the title's single player experience. Much like The Witcher 3, Cyberpunk 2077 will feature a huge story -- and that's currently the studio's primary focus. However, multiplayer is still something that the developer is looking into. Apparently, even a battle royale mode could happen -- Kiciński says that everything up for consideration, but he's not prepared to talk about anything specific just yet.
As has been rumoured for a while, it seems as though CD Projekt Red will indeed have something to show at E3 2018. During the presentation, Kiciński says that it's coming "just before" the event. We assume that means Cyberpunk 2077 will be present at one of the big press conferences.
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