Cyberpunk 2077 is definitely the most exciting upcoming title of 2020. Since its announcement almost 8 years ago, fans have longed for the game to be released. All their wishes will finally come true on December 10( that is if CDPR doesn’t delay the game again). Nevertheless, the hype around the game is off the charts and fans are really excited about the launch. To add to this excitement, a CDPR developer has provided some interesting insight into the game’s quest design.
Cyberpunk 2077 Developer gets emotional after completing a quest in the game
Game Designer at CDPR, Paweł Kapała, took to Twitter to express his admiration for Cyberpunk 2077’s quest design. He said “I just completed a certain quest in #Cyberpunk2077 and while I don’t usually get emotional playing games, I had to pause and take a breather after this one. Our Quest Designers and Writers created an insanely good experience.”
I just completed a certain quest in #Cyberpunk2077 and while I don’t usually get emotional playing games, I had to pause and take a breather after this one. Our Quest Designers and Writers created an insanely good experience.
— Paweł Kapała (@Pawel_Kapow) November 24, 2020
This is indeed great news for the fans considering the game already looks amazing. Recently, Cyberpunk 2077’s official Twitter also compared its level design to the Witcher 3. Apparently, The Witcher 3 was just a warm-up for CDPR and fans can expect a lot more from Cyberpunk.
In the most recent Night City Wire episode, CDPR also revealed some additional BTS footage of the game’s development. It featured a lot of Keanu Reeves, who opened up on his character in the game, Johnny Silverhand. In addition to this, the game also got the official gameplay trailer ahead of the full game launch. This gave an in-depth look at the various elements of Night City, which further justified the hype around the game. Take a look at it below:
With the developers hyping up the game so much, it almost makes fans forget about the delays. The game is now at a point where it is too big to fail and god forbid if it does fail, it will be devastating for both CDPR and the fans. Hopefully, things won’t go south and the fans will get what they wished for.
Cyberpunk 2077 is all set to release on December 10 and hopefully, fans will get the game they deserve.