CD Projekt Red's second Night City Wire event for Cyberpunk 2077 took place recently, this time highlighting the protagonist's backstory options (in the form of Lifepaths) while also diving into the combat and improved gunplay of the game. While it didn't have as much surprises as the first episode, this follow-up did provide players with some reassurance of Cyberpunk 2077's combat, and a deep dive behind the three backstory choices you can explore for V.
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The episode starts off with a focus on Lifepaths. In the beginning, players will have the option to choose from three different backstories: Nomad, Street Kid, and Corpo. Nomad starts you off in the badlands of Night City, on the desert outskirts of the city. The general consensus is that Nomad seems to be the popular choice for a lot of players as it seems like the most interesting and fleshed out. However, as a Street Kid, you start off in the underbelly of Night City already, working your way up from the slums. Finally, Corpo starts you off as a corporate employee working in the upper echelon of Night City's elite, before being brought down to Earth after facing a conspiracy. Depending on where you start will drastically affect how your character evolves and behaves, though with this being an RPG, you're free to take V in whichever direction you choose.
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19 November 2020
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