CD Projekt Red QA Lead Lukasz Babiel took to Twitter over the weekend to answer questions about the impending release of the highly-anticipated Cyberpunk 2077, elucidating on previous commentary, such as Senior Level Designer Miles Tost’s, “Don’t worry about the amount of content in the game,” statement made on the official Cyberpunk 2077 Discord server last month.
Babiel first used the “How it started/How it’s going” meme format to give a better idea of on the estimated Cyberpunk 2077 playtime; the tweet depicted a preview description of the Nomad lifepath, which sees a Mad Max-esque vehicle roaming the Badlands juxtaposed with a screenshot of his total playtime, which had already exceeded 175 hours.
How it started How it's going pic.twitter.com/b4JL6bIVBf
— Łukasz Babiel (@pjpkowski) November 21, 2020
The synopsis of the Nomad lifestyle describes players’ daily pursuits as, “Roaming the Badlands, looting scrapyards, raiding fuel depots — life on the road wasn’t easy. But growing up in a nomad clan has its perks. Honesty, integrity, and a love of freedom — qualities that few in Night City possess, and no amount of money can buy.”
Babiel started his run through on the PC version of Cyberpunk 2077 and then carried the same game over to the Xbox One; he’s also playing the game on the highest difficulty, he further revealed in his Cyberpunk 2077 tweets and indicated there is still plenty of content to explore and finish in just the Nomad path alone. Babiel clarified that the PC to Xbox One file save transfer was a developer tool and didn’t specify whether the cross-platform save option would be available for players.
Both :). I started this playtrough on PC, then continued on Xbox One (using developer tools to move the save game of course).
— Łukasz Babiel (@pjpkowski) November 22, 2020
Babiel also discussed the adult content in the game, specifically the nudity. We’ve known since April that Cyberpunk 2077 would be steeped in adult content, including “mutilation, intense sexual relationships, prostitution” and more. That being said, players will have the option to toggle nudity on and off.
After a series of delays, Cyberpunk 2077 is finally set to release on December 10th. The game will be available on the PS4, Xbox One, PC, PS5, Xbox Series X|S, Google Stadia and Amazon Luna platforms.
What do you think of this information on the upcoming Cyberpunk 2077 playtime? Are you still going to purchase the game after the multiple delays? Let us know in the comments.