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One of the main gameplay elements of Cyberpunk 2077 is the character progression. Playing the game means you’ll be constantly working on improving your character. Upgrading your character for progression requires getting new kills, implants, choosing the right class, perks, and building your reputation. Starting out in Cyberpunk 2077 is pretty basic RPG stuff. You will choose a character class and customize the character to your liking. According to information shared by CD Projekt RED, Cyberpunk 2077 has three character classes. Each class has its own pros and cons but since the game isn’t out yet, we don’t really know the specifics of that. Solo – Combat focused Netrunner – Hacking skills, use special networks, and nanowire tools. Techie – Tech specialist and hibernation, relies on crafting and the Flathead robot. The best part about Cyberpunk 2077 is that while there are three classes, you are not forced to play…

Cyberpunk 2077, just like The Witcher 3, will have various difficulty settings. Choosing the right difficulty setting will depend on how you wish to play the game. The lowest difficulty mode will focus more on the story elements while toning down the difficulty faced when fighting enemies. Meanwhile, for the veterans who like a challenge CD Projekt RED has a hardcore mode. Hardcore mode will not only make the enemies really hard to beat, but it will also turn off the HUD. There are many downsides to this, for example, players won’t be able to see how much damage each shot caused. Difficulty settings of Cyberpunk 2077 don’t affect exploration. But since there is no enemy scaling, you might need to be careful in certain areas, as well as avoid taking on missions that put you up against high-level enemies. The system works exactly like The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.…