There was a time in the past when almost all videogames were on morality based on judging our decisions in a very clear based on what is right and what is wrong. Clear examples of this, for example, the inFamous saga or the Fable series. Cyberpunk 2077? It’s going to go in a completely different line.
There will be moral decisions that result in not ending up killing people “We do not have a morality system in and of itself,” acknowledged Mateusz Tomaszkiewicz, director of game missions at an interview with the GamingBolt portal. “Instead, for example to complete it in a non-lethal way, you will have to be very good with stealth, investing points that allow you to be better at it and use weapons that are incapacitating instead of mortal and, of course, opt for decisions morals that help you not to end up killing people. “
The Polish study, in this way, you have very clear tools that will allow us to complete, to put the case that interests us, the much vaunted possibility to finish Cyberpunk 2077 without killing anyone who has liked fans of the purest role.
Keanu was a very natural choice. The creative also made clear in the interview the adequacy of Keanu Reeves role of Johnny Silverhand. ” We thought of Johnny as a character, and he is a rebel who faces oppression. And many characters that Keanu has played in that line. We felt that it was the natural choice for the character. Also, I do not know if you know, but I’ve done many roles called John or Johnny, so it’s also a fun link. In general we felt it was a very natural choice and we were very excited to be able to work with him. “
The futuristic role-playing video game from the creators of The Witcher saga goes on sale next year, and we have compiled everything that is known about him in our special 46 most important things we already know about Cyberpunk 2077.