Hello guys this time we discover Quests in cyberpunk 2077 There are some great things in there, but you’d think a world of transhuman technologies, deeply and overtly rooted corporate corruption, and good ol’ fashioned suffering on a huge scale to supply endless, novel scenarios for CD Projekt Red to spin. Not so. The Witcher 3 is completely full of memorable moments, so we expected a couple of more standouts in CD Projekt Red’s latest, which isn’t to mention we’re not cautiously excited for its future.
Few quests are the best in Cyberpunk 2077 quests are stuck in our minds, whether for his or her complex level design, special character moments, specialize in fun, or flirtation with mind-bending cyberpunk themes.
Here’s a couple of we’re still brooding about, dozens of hours into our trip to nighttime City.
Spoiler warning: If it wasn’t obvious from the headline, we’re getting to mention our favorite bits from the entire of Cyberpunk 2077. If you do not want anything spoiled, turn back. We’re not spoiling every outcome for each quest, but establishing information and large beats are definitely detailed.
Epistrophy don’t lose your mind
the quest in cyberpunk 2077 you need to make new friends as a taxi driver, a cab business is not easy. when Delamain’s change their personality to cores splinter and go rogue, sending self-driving cabs on a rampage throughout the town, it can desire there is no hope for them, now an autonomous and really lonely taxicab business. Lucky for D, V has nothing better to try to, it seems, than run about the town and talk down one car from driving off a steep ledge, or to beat down another car hooked in to smashing into things, or have an existential conversation with another within the middle of a huge junkyard. Even the goofy and blatant a part of Delamain doing their best GlaDOS impression gets talked down by V.
It’s was a great sidequest, the type of thing you’ll pick at while doing other stuff around the city, and every car has its own gimmick, be it a stimulating conversation or novel gameplay scenario. at the finale quest, a difficult choice laying down some cerebral cyberpunk themes to try to to with the character of life bound up during a rad stealth obstacle course. I won’t say how things played out on behalf of me, but I will be able to say that I buy texts from cars vacationing halfway across the planet nowadays.
Well, I unfortunately can’t say much about this quest without spoiling the wild ending, and one among the items I liked about it had been that I used to be an honest fifteen minutes into it before I even knew what the hell was happening. It starts as an easy hit, which V seems tired of (though I’m perfectly fine with assassinations) then quickly gets more complicated.
I don’t like all of the characters involved in it and that they all seem to be horrible people, but I enjoy when a search seems like a basic A to B gig and seems to be something else entirely. (If anyone ever tells me to urge during a car which they’ll explain everything on the way, I’m in.) This quest touches on tons of various themes, from religion to forgiveness to corporate greed and exploitation, and there are several interesting choices to form along the way.
I walk the line
I Walk the road is one among the simplest all-around quests I’ve seen thus far in Cyberpunk. After getting properly introduced to the Voodoo Boys in Pacifica, Placide promises a gathering with Brigitte if you’ll look out of a touch problem within the nearby abandoned mall. It’s such an easy , breezy stealth-action game premise for a search that gets progressively more complicated once you sneak in. this is often one among the quests that we heard tons about in previews leading up to Cyberpunk 2077, and that I can see why.
There’s an attention and care to the extent design of the mall that isn’t matched by the opposite 40 hours I’ve played. It’s the just one occasion the extent design has actually approached the variability you see in every level of Deus Ex or Dishonored. I hope there’s more quests love it down the road. It’s capped with a gripping conversation that had my V during a rare moment of indecision
Every breath you take
What if Hitman, but reversed? long time, member of the famous ensemble Us Cracks, asks V for help with a stalking problem. She’s been harassed by a lover for a few time now, but lately, the signs point to violence, so to force a resolution—via pretty stupid means, mind you—V agrees to follow long time around publicly to separate the stalker from the gang.
From here, you only got to search for suspicious signs and separate the stalker from the gang. it is a pretty tense scene that ends in violence a method or another, and a neat showcase for the potential of quest design in future expansions. it is a bummer that each Breath you’re taking shows up pretty late within the game, only after you’ve completed a couple of character quest branches. More disappointing is how little time is spent going to know the pop stars. But it still took me all of sudden and made me sweat long after I assumed I’d out-leveled any challenge left in Cyberpunk 2077.
Riders on the storm
For a game that’s constantly asking you to shoot at stuff with cool guns, I haven’t encountered many quests that basically allow you to tear it up just like the katana-toting super soldier I’m. calls up V to assist her save Saul from the Raffen Shivs. The Raffia camp is sprawling enough that you simply can tackle it from any angle.
Even if you are doing eventually break stealth like I did (thanks, camera sitting during a dark corner), punching a hole in their forces large enough to tug Saul out of there was a thrill. I even dug the cabin sleepover at the top of the search, one among the few moments where Cyberpunk’s commitment to first-person succeeds in making a conversation feel more intimate.
Phew. This one’s disturbing, but makes a case for a future standalone Cyberpunk 2077 mystery expansion. Once you complete River Ward’s first character quest, you will get to understand him pretty much through awful means. His nephew’s been kidnapped. The twist here is that the police already caught the kidnapper, he’s just during a coma, so a classic interrogation isn’t an option. But after rooting around (illegally) during a medical facility, River and V cook up the thought to tug some braindance from the comatose criminal’s brain.
Doing so requires digging into his past so as to seek out something that stimulates his unconscious. it is a good excuse to root around in River’s nephew’s home and obtain to understand the victim and his uncle indirectly. Life isn’t easy for the child, so he was pretty easily groomed by an anonymous online abuser—our comatose criminal—made evident through the route V and River take back through his nephew’s emails and web history. , you discover a video sent from the abuser to River’s nephew, a looping Steamboat Willy-Esque animation of some ghastly cows attached to feeding tubes, dancing alongside a grinning farmer. it is also the key to pulling braindance from the perp.