Cyberpunk 2077 confirmed to have multiplayer elements

Cyberpunk 2077

By on March 14, 2013 at 9:06 am

But exactly what form that multiplayer will take, however, is unknown.

Speaking to Eurogamer, CDProjekt RED managing director Adam Badowski claimed that “It will be a story-based RPG experience with amazing single-player playthroughs, but we’re going to add multiplayer features.”

There is, unfortunately, no more information given about this whatsoever, but Badowski goes on to claim that making a Cyberpunk multiplayer situation is easier than, say, crowbarring multiplayer into The Witcher because there’s no single star of the Cyberpunk games — unlike in Geralt’s world.

“We’ll have different situation in Cyberpunk,” he said. “Cyberpunk will have different character classes.”

Source: Eurogamer

5 comments (Leave your own)

If there’s co-op consider me extremely happy. But I’m expecting a deathmatch type thing just chucked in.

 

I recommend arbitrarily making aspects of the single player game depend on two 286 computers acting as servers hooked up to a 14.4k modem in Ireland.

 

gammad,

Think you’re forgetting who’s making this. I doubt it’s gonna just be thrown in there.

 

Not much of a multiplayer type, but the first thing I thought of while reading this was a Neverwinter Nights type thing. Build a map, drop players in, one guy plays the gamemaster and dynamically throws things in and controls NPCs while the other players control PCs. That would be rather cool I think.

Of course only slightly expecting this, but who knows?

 

Damned classes *shakes fist*

 
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