Cyberpunk 2077 Will Tell A Movie-Like Story For Adult Audiences
Cyberpunk 2077 will tell a mature story that will touch subjects that are usually avoided in video games, the game's lead quest designer revealed.
In a recent interview with Polish Radio, translated on Reddit, Pawel Sasko talked about the Cyberpunk 2077 story and V's main quest. The main goal of the development team is to tell a movie-like story for an adult audience. The game is full of themes that are usually avoided in video games.
Their goal is to tell a movie-like story for an adult audience, touching subjects that we face in our times. He specifies that their games are not toys and are not for children, he says in today's culture we try to avoid difficult subjects, but they will not shy away from these, in fact, he says, the game is loaded with them - they want people to think for themselves and it will be up to us to decide what our morality is. He then continues - the game will allow you to look at things from different perspectives so knowing them it will rarely be a black and white situation we find ourselves in, the goal is to keep the player on the edge of his seat by telling a breathtaking story.
V's main goal is strictly tied to Johnny Silverhand, played by Keanu Reeves, and the relationship with him will shape the game's ending.
V's main goal is to break free from NC's shackles and find himself a better life, and finding the immortality chip is closely connected to this goal, which makes Johnny the key to the main plot and your relationship with him that you will build over time will shape the game's ending
Cyberpunk 2077 launches in April 2020 on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.