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After showing the first gameplay trailer for Cyberpunk 2077, the gaming community noticed that the new creation of CD Project resembles a futuristic version of the Grand Theft Auto series. Judge for yourself: the presence of firearms, driven cars and a city filled with residents of Night City evokes direct associations with Rockstar games. So does all of the above mean that the game will really feel like GTA and will allow you to arrange a real bloody feast on the streets in the best traditions of Tommy Vercetti? This question was answered by GamingBolt by Cyberpunk 2077 Chief Designer Miles Toast.

As expected, the developers confirmed that despite the abundance of recognizable elements, Cyberpunk 2077 is primarily an RPG and if it is worth drawing parallels with any game, then with the Witcher trilogy. If the game has an open world and controlled vehicles, this does not automatically make it a clone of GTA.

On the other hand, in Cyberpunk 2077 you can always get distracted from the storyline and secondary missions for entertainment in the open world of the game.

“Our game will offer a large number of side activities so that you can always find something to do in between quests. It doesn't matter if you come across important plot characters or completely minor tasks, every element of the game will be executed with great love. We are, of course, surprised that our game is compared to the GTA series, since we are betting on the plot, but this does not mean that we will not allow gamers to play enough in the open world "- said Miles Toast.

Cyberpunk 2077 is the most ambitious and large-scale RPG in the history of the Polish studio CD Project. As promised, the cyberpunk project will be able to change the entire RPG genre. Too loud a statement? Perhaps, but already the first 50-minute gameplay of Cyberpunk 2077 was greeted by players with almost unanimous enthusiasm. The release date for Cyberpunk 2077 is still unknown.

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Author: Jake Pinkman