Cyberpunk 2077 Review

King Gaming Review 

Cyberpunk 2077 is a first-person shooter role-playing game (RPG) that takes place in the fictional Night City. The game has an open world and players can explore it freely at their own pace, though there's a lot of story to get through as well. The main character is V, who is either male or female depending on player choice—and the game plays out differently depending on this choice. There are also many side quests throughout the story that can be completed to earn money or experience points for upgrading your character's abilities. Cyberpunk 2077 looks great and sounds even better with its voice acting being one of its strongest suits. Here's what we thought about this cyberpunk romp through Night City:

Story, setting and characters

Story, setting and characters

The story takes place in a futuristic version of Night City, which is based on the Cyberpunk 2020 tabletop role-playing game. You play as V, a mercenary who works for a company that provides bodyguards to VIPs. You're tasked with protecting a scientist named Dr. Dominguez from the mafia, but when he goes missing during your job you end up getting involved with some shady stuff yourself. The story was written by Mike Pondsmith (the creator of Cyberpunk 2020) and it's set up like Game of Thrones—you'll be given missions by different people (who are all massively important to the world of Night City), and each mission will give you more insight into what's going on in this futuristic metropolis.

Open-world gameplay in Cyberpunk 2077

Cyberpunk 2077 is an open-world game, which means you have plenty of freedom to explore Night City and find side missions to complete. You can also upgrade your character with skills and perks that help you in combat or make it easier to negotiate with NPCs. And if you get tired of being good, there's always the option to go renegade and steal things from people or just kill them outright.

The open world nature of Cyberpunk 2077 means that there's plenty for players who are interested in exploring their environment—and not just playing through the main story arc. There are side quests galore (including ones related to your character’s backstory), as well as activities like betting on cockfights or racing cars around the city streets. There are also various shops where you can buy new clothes for V (your avatar) and weapons, cars, upgrades for those vehicles...the list goes on!

Graphics and voice acting

I've never seen a game with graphics that looked this good.

I'm not even sure how they did it, but they did it well. The characters have so much personality that you can't help but love them. They have a lot of diversity and each one has a relatable story to tell about their life in the city of Night City.

How long is Cyberpunk 2077?

  • Around 100 hours to complete the main story, but there are plenty of side quests and other activities to keep you busy.

  • It's a long game—but it's worth it.

The game is very well written. The story and characters are so compelling that you will find yourself wanting to keep playing just to see what happens next. The writing is also very funny, which helps make the overall experience even betterThe game is a classic JRPG that will have you exploring the world and its inhabitants. It has a more modern feel than many of its predecessors, with a focus on crafting, leveling up and dungeon crawling rather than grinding for hours to level up your characters..

Gigs, side missions and cyberware

The game also features a system of side missions known as gigs. These are generally smaller tasks that you can complete in exchange for money and/or experience points (XP). The more difficult the gig, the more money you’ll earn for completing it. There are two types of gigs:

  • Data-Hoarding Gigs (blue): these involve searching for hidden computer terminals across the city and retrieving data from them. They aren’t too difficult to complete, but they do require some legwork on your part to access hidden areas or unlock doors with keys found elsewhere in the city. You can often find these areas by following glowing green lines on your minimap, so look out for those if you want something new to explore!

  • Bounty Hunting Gigs (gold): these involve taking out enemies in specific locations throughout Prague during certain time periods—for example between 6am-10am or 11pm-3am—and have no required condition other than being online when they appear on your map screen thanks to an updated phone app called “CyberLife News” which lets users know where bounties are located based off their current location at any given moment – it works like Uber! Once again though there will still be times where luck plays a role since sometimes an enemy may spawn somewhere that isn't within reachable distance by foot… so make sure not only does he/she stay alive long enough but also makes sure

Multiplayer and DLC

  • No multiplayer

  • No DLCs planned for Cyberpunk 2077

That's about it, folks! As far as we know, there are no multiplayer features coming to Cyberpunk 2077. However, there is a chance that CD Projekt Red will add them in the future if they're popular enough with players. If you enjoy playing with other people online and want some additional content from CD Projekt Red that isn't part of the main game (for example, new weapons or abilities), then look forward to seeing what they have planned in 2020.

Cyberpunk 2077 weapons, cars and clothing

A lot of the weapons in Cyberpunk 2077 are the same as in the original game, but there's one crucial difference: they can now be used while driving vehicles. You're free to fire your pistols or assault rifles at any time, even while you're in a car speeding down a highway. This is a welcome change to combat that feels much more natural than past iterations of The Witcher 3 and its expansions.

That said, there are some things that haven't changed much since 2020—namely cars and clothing. Like with weapons, you'll find plenty of vehicles that look like they belong on showroom floors come 2030s Los Angeles rather than out on the streets (and yes, those cars will wreak havoc on pedestrians too). Otherwise though, most people aren't wearing anything too outlandish aside from maybe their hair color being neon green instead of brown or blonde.

The open-world gameplay can be a lot of fun, especially after you've done a few story missions and have money to burn.

One of the great joys of Cyberpunk 2077 is the open-world gameplay. The world itself is vast and filled with things to do, both in story missions and side quests that can be completed for XP and money. You can explore your way through Night City, creating characters to your liking, picking up random jobs at local businesses or taking on some more dangerous tasks if you're feeling brave (and flush with cash).

The open-world gameplay can be a lot of fun once you’ve completed a few story missions and have some extra money burning a hole in your pocket. It doesn’t take long before you start getting into trouble with the law either—they won't leave you alone even if you don't steal or kill anyone (though those are easy enough to get away with). Some players might find themselves irritated by this constant interaction from law enforcement officers; others may find it adds realism to an already gritty setting.


As you can see, Cyberpunk 2077 is a game that offers a lot to do. It's an open-world RPG with lots of different activities to keep you busy for hours on end. It also has an intriguing story and plenty of multiplayer options for those who want some extra adventure alongside their single-player experience. If you're looking for something new in the gaming world that won't disappoint then Cyberpunk 2077 is definitely worth checking out!

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