E3 2018: Cyberpunk 2077 Romance and Full Frontal Nudity Confirmed

Yolanda Curtis
June 14, 2018

He continued, "while numerous characters you can romance in our game are bisexual, not all of them are".

During a very brief E3 Coliseum panel hosted by Geoff Keighly, CD Projekt Red's Kyle Rowley, (associate design director) and Peter Gelencser (level design coordinator) took the stage to chat about some of Cyberpunk 2077's systems. Further details are being showcased live over at GameSpot.

Cyberpunk 2077 is a first-person RPG that allows you to create your own character called V. The character creation system looks extremely comprehensive and it seems like you'll be able to truly craft the cyberpunk you always dreamed you would be.


The trailer shows off a futuristic city, where robot dogs, advanced weaponry, cyborgs, and 80s mohawks are all the range, but will their first-person perspective pay off? Cyberpunk 2077 doesn't impose any player roles and allows for crafting and the free mixing of abilities across all available classes. Everyone who saw the demo emphasizes how much your choices matter and how often they come into play.

Let me make it clear, however, this game is not a FPS. Companions may be temporary sidekicks as they were in The Witcher 3, or they may be more permanent like they were in Fallout 4.

CD Projekt Red also made mention of the fact that Cyberpunk 2077 will feature the studio's "hallmark of choices and consequences" suggesting that each utterance and action will have weight in the grand scheme of the story.


In Cyberpunk 2077, player exploration will only be gated by their "street cred", a number that determines which areas you'll have access to, among other things.

Now, though, CD Projekt Red has fully opened its kimono, offering a demonstration of the game at the Electronics Entertainment Expo (E3) this week.

Create a hero able to survive in America's most unsafe megacity. Players will be able to actively comment on an NPC's appearance or tattoos to butter them up, or they can end the conversation early with a "well-placed bullet".


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