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Cyberpunk 2077: 13 Things I Wish I Knew Before (Re)Starting

By Aahil

Recently, cyberpunk 2077 has experienced a small revival. The popular Netflix spinoff anime Edgerunners has once again sucked viewers into the grimy and gloomy game environment.

The quality of this formerly perilous game has greatly improved after several patches and enhancements from developer CD Projekt Red are included.

Now is an excellent time to start playing an enhanced version that was initially launched in 2020 since a DLC is also anticipated for next year.

Don't allow the fact that Cyberpunk 2077 is still a touch hot to divert you. It can still be challenging for strong machines.

When trying to pursue a variety of AAA-isms, the gameplay can be overly distracting because not all of them seem really necessary or built-in.

Nevertheless, despite all, the main plot is a lot of fun to play, and it's exciting to select your V in order to navigate Night City's streets. Therefore, let's begin.

There don't seem to be any significant bugs or glitches yet, and the game feels more responsive.

Although I still need to check the PC's unique settings, getting a dependable level of performance is now much simpler.

Even though a salad's dressing can significantly alter its flavor, you're still eating the same salad in the end.

You have a distinct start with each of the three life paths in the game: Nomad, Street Kid, and Corpo.

As you play, certain people may sprinkle the game with interesting dialogue choices and side tasks, but the core plot remains mostly unchanged.

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