This could actually turn out half decent
This obviously isn't reliable but may not be far from what we see. I remember reading one of the devs saying it was a very ambitious project and the final Witcher expansion is being delayed because they put more people than planned onto Cyberpunk.
because its obvious bait, anyone can say anything here. if i wanted i could say i work at valve and that HL3 is going to be released next
>only a fool would take anything posted here as truth
You're the only reddit here. Posting stupid memes instead of just not replying and then calling Reddit on a word that has been used on /v/ for fucking ages
You bait fags are the fucking worst. We all get it. We ALL fucking know if something is bait. You post a meme and reply to it like you're some genius for figuring it out
This would literally be the most tedious shit ever.
The idea of having side quests tied to specific classes is neat, I'll give you that. However, the reality of such a decision means that either those side quest would be radiant and thus of very little value, or the amount of side quests available to each specific class would be incredibly limited.
Obviously, the latter would increase replay value but would shorten the length of the game on each run. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, but it's not something the current market allows for, and given the success of TW3, I don't think they're going to purposefully alienate the average consumer like that.
So we'd be back to radiant quest approach. The epitome of tedium.
Good thing this is faker than a Korean's jawline, or my hype would've plummeted harshly.
>europe is third world
Go to bed jamal
looking at cool willy wonka buildings.
LMAOing @ your life right now
>TW3 takes over 1000 hours to 100%
And the majority of those side quests are worthless.
I'll take a smaller pool of side quests with quality writing, over more "find worthless treasure" or "kill bandits/beasts".
Seriously, far too much filler in TW3.
They're worthless but the fact is that they exist, were voiced and animated and that took actual work. If they could do it once I don't see why they can't again. Especially if they intend this to be bigger.
1000h over 20 jobs is 50 hours assuming nothing overlaps. Still a lot.
I work at an AAA dev team.
Our work schedule is a clusterfuck. The game is in scrambles from constant "actually, do it completely different" changes. Almost everyone in the company, excluding the morons in charge, of course, hate what we are doing. We were trying to give input to the higher-ups (which aren't some business suits, they're just CoDfags that think experience in industry=skill in design, also graphical Leads that have close to zero experience), but basically everyone just gave up on having any intellectual input into the project, just does their job, poorly too.
This is a real story of a big game that might come out this year. You just don't know which one it is.
These ones are doing it ironically
it is still a solid fashion choice for low lifes though, it was some kind of one day performance by St. Petersburg radio station if I recall correctly.
>rest of the country is literal shit
pic related, dachau
can we have a great level design in cyberpunk game?
It's really boring that we always get small alley or street level
give us something like megastructure giant building
I hope there's a big mission with her in Cyberpunk. She said she was there for a long time so she could be a cool side character. Maybe Avallac'h too. Speaking of characters I hope that main characters in Cyberpunk stick around after you beat the story. In Witcher 3 I didn't feel like playing after the main story because most of the main characters just disappear.
>Pictures from the 40s
You're a fucking retard.
Poland is a democratic country with an advanced high-income economy, a high quality of life and a very high standard of living. Moreover, the country is visited by nearly 16 million tourists every year (2013), which makes it one of the most visited countries in the world. Poland is the sixth largest economy in the European Union and among the fastest rising economic states in the world. The country is the sole member nation of the European Union to have escaped a decline in GDP and in recent years was able to create probably the most varied GDP growth in its history. Furthermore, according to the Global Peace Index for 2014, Poland is one of the safest countries in the world to live in
not in the cyberpunk universe. closest they have is AV-7 VTOLs which only a select few have. Everyone stil ldrives cars and it is FAR from "everyone" owning their own flying machine.
Europe is part of the fucking West it doesn't matter if you are Eastern Europe you are part of the West. East is anything East past the Russian border with Europe. Eastern France is still West just like Poland in Eastern Europe is still Western.
First of all, tthe numbers at the end of the title, Cyberpunk 2077 stand for the year 2077, full 57 years after the core books of C'20.
Second of all, I don't think Ciri payed that much attention to the demographic distribution of the vehicles among the common population.
Third of all, it's a fucking obvious reference. They did not pick that particular detailed description of a clearly fucking cyberpunk world while they are known for working on a cyberpunk fucking game just by sheer luck. Think a little. The point was not to be perfectly fucking accurate, the point was to raise an eyebrown and get a chuckle out of people.
57 years and suddenly all cars are replaced with flying machines? In a world of failing economies, low job prospects, low income, constant misery and dwindling fuel resoures? No. Makes no feasible sense for a setting thats so grounded in realistic-alt history.
>CYBERPUNK 2077 INFO LEAKED
>source is some faggot shitposting on /v/
Kill yourself t b h
Calm down, anon. Why are you getting so worked up?
He has a good point. We see the flying car in the trailer. Ciri was probably being hyperbolic because she has never seen anything like a flying car. There might be a lot of flying cars even though everybody doesn't own one.
You are an idiot.
SHOWS A FLYING CAR.
THAT IS WHY SHE REFERS TO FLYING CARS.
SO THAT PEOPLE WHO SAW THE TRAILER COULD PUT TWO AND TWO TOGETHER.
I can assure you, the writer who wrote that little quip in the game was not, unlike you, an autist, and did not spend so much fucking time overthinking while trying to boast his knowledge of the system.
It was there for people who know the total sum of "CDPR is making a cyberpunk game and I vaguely remember that one trailer" to get the joke.
Think a little.
Nice, I wonder which of us was this. I work for CDPR too by the way, ask me anything.
Any other CDPR employees here? Practically the entire team frequents this board instead of making the game, so there should be a few.
57 years ago they thought everyone would havea flying vehicle today. Look how that turned out.
For a place like Night City where most people couldn't even afford fresh vegetables in the year 2020, I find it highly unlikely everyone is suddenly owning/able to purchase their own flying car in 2077.
>By the time Cyberpunk 2077 finally gets released, people will be too busy getting high on Amphetamines and running the Metaverse themselves to bother with such mediocre imitations
Guess you shouldn't have dilly-dallied so long, CDPR.
This >>323595910 wasn't me. That was just more people agreeing with me: you are an autist. You are, quite literally, unable to even for a second consider the actual viewpoint and intentions of who ever wrote the script.
You don't need ever place in the world to be in the same standard of living to have cyberpunk like towns
There will always be people living in huts but you won't consider nowadays to be comparable with the Stone age
>what do you know about his intentions?
As normal humans who are not quite that far into the autism spectrum, you know, the kind of people who know that Sally would look for the marble in the basket: quite a lot.
which is to say, nothing concrete or factual, just more grasping at straws and wishful thinking
I actually considered the idea that perhaps she was referencing cyberpunk 2020 when I heard that dialogue but the second she said everyone owned their own flying vehicle I recognized the utter logistical improbability of that in the Cyberpunk universe. Stay mad though.
Yet you have not considered the utter improbability of a developer well known for working on a cyberpunk game, famous for it's trailer showing modified humans and FLYING CARS, have put a reference to a clearly cyberpunk universe involving modified humans and flying cars by accident and without any intention to be associated with said IP they own and work on.
You see: this is the fucking problem. You consider your knowledge of the system rules to be the determining factor. Not the fact that who ever wrote it may not even know the CP universe very well, since he was a writer on the other game and the teams don't cross over that much, or the fact that who ever wrote it KNEW the association will be drawn, or that he might himself anticipated that the viewer actually does not care about the frequency of the use of flying cars in CP20, and just wanted to refer to something he is sure the audience will know where to associate.
You assume Sally will look for the marble in the box, because you marble is in the box. Look up Sally-Anne test.
Also: YOU ARE A MORON AND AN AUTIST, you should fucking start realizing that, for your own fucking benefit.