Cyberpunk 2077 Is Not Giving Players The Option To Fight Children Or Main Story NPCs According To CD Projekt Red

Cyberpunk 2077 Is Not Giving Players The Option To Fight Children Or Main Story NPCs According To CD Projekt Red
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Cyberpunk 2077 is looking to be such a massive RPG. The sandbox style of play is always popular amongst gamers, as it lets them explore whatever they want like they would in real life.

This futuristic RPG looks like it has so many possibilities. The gameplay that has surfaced shows the created player navigating through crowded cities and exploring the sights in futuristic cars. Anything seems possible in this game.

That being said, it appears like there will be some limits as far as what your character can do in this game. That’s according to reports from CD Projekt Red, which was in response to a Reddit user asking the developers what sort of violent activity they can get involved in.

They basically said your created character will not be able to fight children or any NPCs that are connected to the plot in a major way. So, for those looking to bring all-out anarchy to this game’s world, they’ll have to pump the breaks just a bit.

That’s not a bad thing, either. Fighting children would be a little weird and kind of wrong. There are limits that developers shouldn’t cross, and children violence certainly is one of those lines.

As far as not attacking NPCs related to the plot, this makes sense. Fighting a pivotal character at random doesn’t seem very beneficial, as it wouldn’t move Cyberpunk 2077’s story along.

Aside from these limits, the developers are claiming that you’ll be able to interact with mostly any NPC in this game. That’s pretty incredible to contemplate. Who knows what sort of characters you’ll run into while your navigating the busy streets in between missions.

Cyberpunk 2077 is already showing so much promise. Never before have we had such an immersive experience in this sort of setting. The Deus Ex games did a good job at giving us glimmers of hope, but even in these games, you were pretty limited as far as what you could do and where you could go.

That’s not the case with Cyberpunk 2077. It’s like a huge fantasy world that you’ll be able to explore at your own pace. The sheer amount of detail that went into creating this game is insane.

You can really tell that CD Projekt Red has a passion for this title. It should lead to some epic moments and so much content to look forward to. We’re roughly a year away from this game’s release. It couldn’t come out soon enough.