Cyberpunk 2077 Will Not Have A System Of Morality, CPDR Confirms

               Cyberpunk is one of the hottest releases for which almost everyone is waiting eagerly. It has been news for quite a time now. As the release date of the game is coming closer, we are getting different updates about the gameplay and modes that will be present in the game. We have come to know that cyberpunk 2077 will not have the morality system. This is a disappointment for most gamers. However, they do you have some other plans which will be revealed at the time of launch. The suspense about the gameplay is constantly on the rise.

Cyberpunk 2077 will not have Morality System

Morality systems you are very famous and were used in most video games. It had a binary nature and the sacrifices games had to make in authentic storytelling. This led to the eventual shutdown of these systems. It has already been used in many games including the  Witcher games, which offered Complex choices that drastically changed to the narrative. They work done in a morally grey fashion where nothing was clearly good or bad.

It is quite expected that cyberpunk 2077 will have similar mechanism and gameplay. However, the developers have ruled out the fact that there will be a morality system in the game. This gives room to new speculations. However, it has been confirmed that there will be no such system in the upcoming RPG game.

We got the chance to interview the director of the game at E3 2019. We ask him if it is true that the game will let the players play through all of it non-lethally meaning that there will be no morality system. He said that there is no specific system which determines good and evil choices. It is rather dependent on the fact that how much is the player willing to invest in the character’s capabilities in that area.

The director quoted that there will be no morality system in the cyberpunk game. However, the player must be very good at stealth if he wants to complete it non-lethally. It is better to use the weapons which will help you in incapacitating the enemy rather than Killing him directly. Hence, the moral choice will depend on the player himself if he doesn’t want to kill in one during the course of the game.

The game has been delayed a number of times and the final that we know of is 16th April 2020. It will be released officially for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. It is quite possible that the developers want to have the game on the next-gen systems. However, the director said that CDPR has no current plan for this and switch release. Stay tuned for more updates about the latest games.

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