Night City Event Episode one has ended and left viewers with a big impression after watching. One of the parts of the livestream that impressed everyone so much was Cyberpunk 2077 setting, which was the Night City.
Night City feels so alive with so many people walking around doing their own activities and so many places to explore. Gaming publications that were lucky enough to get their first hands-on explored the wondrous and neon-lit city. There were cramped alleyways, neon-lit clubs, and looming skyscrapers were what they saw as they progressed through the playable demo.
It seems the best way to travel is on a car, which was a faster way to go from point A to point B without stopping. The problem was that the testers found themselves getting out of the vehicle in order to explore some interesting areas that they thought would yield some rewards. Just like in the previous game from CD Projekt RED, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. And it was true, there were many encounters and quests that players will be facing throughout the city if they can find them via exploration.
The city is distracting with tons of places that are very noticeable like establishments with advertisement that might them on visiting another area, or a hologram showing something sexy. There were many areas to visit, explore, discover, and immerse into.
Hopefully there would be a playable demo that will be introduced to the public later on. Everyone would like the chance to try it out and get lured in to Night City.
Cyberpunk 2077 will launch on Nov. 19. It will be available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Google Stadia.