CD Projekt RED has shared a new gameplay video for Cyberpunk 2077, showcasing Brain Dance. Brain Dance is basically an editor that lets you experience and analyze a number of events that can happen in the game. Brain Dance will play an important part in the storyline of the game.
Unfortunately, the team has not revealed a new extended gameplay walkthrough of the game. However, it did state that the next episode of Night City Wire will air in a few weeks.
My guess is that CD Projekt RED has captured a 25-minute gameplay video that it will release in August 2020. Until then, the team will be releasing small parts from it, highlighting different mechanics.
This isn’t obviously what most of you have been hoping for. Still, this is a marketing campaign that will – most likely – run for the entire Summer. Thus, we’ll be getting more and more Cyberpunk 2077 news these upcoming two months.
Cyberpunk 2077 Gameplay Video Brain Dance
During its Night City Wire event, CD Projekt RED also showed some combat mechanics. The game will have hit points, similar to those found in other games. However, gamers may be able to disable them.
Cyberpunk 2077 is an RPG that will mainly feature first-person cut-scenes. While there will be some rare third-person cut-scenes, all of the conversations will be in first-person perspective. Moreover, CD Projekt RED has confirmed that it will add a multiplayer mode via a post-launch update.
Enjoy and stay tuned for more!
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