The first international analyzes about the most anticipated game of the year have already been released and they bring alerts
THE CD Project Red is counting the minutes to launch his new hit, but some press vehicles have already posted their review of cyberpunk 2077, and for some what is a new masterpiece of the Polish studio, for others it’s just a good game, but without much to add.
While we still don’t have access to a copy of the game for review, we bring it to the reader of the showmetech what international vehicles are commenting about this game so eagerly awaited by gamers. An important piece of information: so far, all analyzes, without exception, have been carried out with copies of PRAÇA. Check out the reviews about cyberpunk 2077.
“In the midst of so much anticipation, it’s easy to get carried away by what cyberpunk 2077 It could have been. The final experience may be more familiar than many anticipated, with many elements that aren’t perfect but are full of details and engaging stories. With so much to see and do, cyberpunk 2077 it’s the kind of RPG where you blink and the hours go by, which is exactly what we need to finish 2020.”
by James Billlife
“cyberpunk 2077 is an open-world game model, offering the kind of freedom to explore and define your character that provides a new pinnacle for the genre. He takes everything we love about open world games and learns from it, implementing the best variations in a world that is so dense and detailed. Adding the human level of reactivity and emotional depth it brings to your storytelling, it all adds up to a spectacular experience. Take a trip to Night City right away.”
by Sam Loveridge
“cyberpunk 2077 takes you to its stunningly beautiful and dense urban landscape with few restrictions. He offers an impressive amount of choices in how to build your character, approach missions and confront enemies, and your decisions can have a tangible and natural impact on both the world around you and the stories of the people who inhabit it. These stories can be emotional, funny, dark, exciting, and sometimes all of these things at the same time. The main campaign can be shorter than expected when done alone and it’s not always clear what you need to do to achieve significant changes to your ending, but the plethora of side quests available almost from the start can have a surprisingly powerful effect on the campaign. options you have when you get there. It’s a shame that frustratingly constant bugs can end up killing a great mood created by the game, but the extremely flexible design of cyberpunk 2077 makes it a truly remarkable RPG.”
by Tom Marks
“cyberpunk 2077 it’s dark and disturbing at times (frighteningly), but most of its content is fascinating and deeply loaded through the various RPG and lore systems. I really enjoyed my time in Night City, and Johnny Silverhand is a great sight seeing partner. cyberpunk 2077 it’s welcome with its critically minded story and invites players to come and stay for hundreds of hours of exclusive content if they want. It didn’t surprise me how The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, but it’s still quite a start for what I hope will be a new franchise.”
by Andrew Reiner
“cyberpunk 2077 it’s basically a bespoke game to be played over and over again. The more V abilities he unlocks and the deeper he delves into Night City’s conspiracies, the more it will become clear that this is a game fans will be happy to devote their time to, well beyond the relatively short main campaign. CD Projekt Red has put together a collection of the best open world mechanics we’ve seen, and most of them work well. Ultimately it looks like cyberpunk 2077 is a game suitable for the latest generation of games and a strong starting point for the current generation. Now it’s time to start innovating again.”
by Cody Gravelle
“CD Projekt Red created a triumphant RPG experience with cyberpunk 2077, but often falters under the weight of his own ambition. Exploring Night City is an incomparable joy, portraying a dystopian world with an incomparable level of detail in the genre. I got lost for hours, but such immersion also revealed a number of deeper issues with its lackluster themes and problematic writing. Of all the games out there, this one should have something to say, but it often doesn’t. That aside, the combination of free-form exploration, frenzied combat and stellar storytelling combine to create an RPG that is a new watermark for the genre.”
by Jade King
“Many players will find cyberpunk too exaggerated. It has a slow start — you’ll be playing for about four hours before you even see the title screen “cyberpunk 2077” — and sometimes the main story moves at a very slow pace. Furthermore, the roleplaying elements allow for varied combats, but some may find them unnecessarily complex or simply irresistible.”
by Daniel Van Boom
“cyberpunk 2077 it’s a fantastic game we’ve never tried before; a window into the future of next-gen games and what they’re capable of. We’re addicted to its world and everything in it, so we don’t mind risking our reputation by saying it’s easily our game of the decade, despite missing out on the 2020 Video Game Awards.”
by Owen Gough
“The bugs, more than any game I’ve played in recent years, have pulled me out of the experience often. Non-interactive items like cardboard boxes will explode when you interact with something close to them; UI elements will remain on the screen longer than they should, which is only resolved by reloading a save; characters interrupt each other during dialogue sequences, repeating throwaway phrases, seriously interrupting key moments; I died once, and when reloading my last save, I found my hacking ability no longer worked, which forced me to go back to an autosave 10 minutes earlier. The list is extensive.”
by Kallie Plagge
cyberpunk 2077 will be released to PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S on December 10th and will immerse players in the open world of the city of Night City, based on the world of tabletop RPG cyberpunk 2020, by Mike Pondsmith. In the game, we’ll control V, which can be customized in detail by the player, and we’ll still have the illustrious presence of Keanu Reeves as the charismatic (and breathtaking) Johnny Silverhand.