Cyberpunk 2077 will have multiple endings according to CDPR. Players will have to complete the game several times to see everything it has to offer. The devs are yet to decide on photo mode, new game plus and level cap features, though.
One of the most anticipated games in the last few years finally got a release date on this year's E3 expo. The hype train for Cyberpunk 2077 is reaching its highest speed and the game has been a major talking point on gaming websites and forums for all sorts of reasons.
The new details about Cyberpunk 2077 seem to pop up almost every day and today, it's no different. CD Projekt Red talked about multiple endings and some other features that we got in their previous game The Witcher 3.
In an interview with YouTuber YongYea Quest director Mateusz Tomaszkiewicz confirmed that Cyberpunk 2077 will have multiple endings but unfortunately, he did not say exactly how many endings players can expect.
For comparisons reasons, The Witcher 3 had three different endings that depended on the choices you make throughout the game. As Cyberpunk 2077 is a much bigger game than Geralt's last adventure, it's safe to say that the sci-fi RPG could have even more endings but of course, nothing is confirmed at the moment.
The devs also talked about photo mode, new game plus mode and level cap. Tomaszkiewicz said that they are still considering adding a photo mode, which is a bit strange since they already confirmed that Cyberpunk 2077 will indeed have a photo mode back in September 2018. It's "hard to tell" if they will add it but it's something that they are considering seriously.
As for the new game plus mode, Mateusz said that the team are "still thinking on" whether to add new game plus or not. It's a feature that was added to The Witcher 3 in one of the post-launch updates, so it's reasonable to expect we'll also see it in Cyberpunk 2077.
And last but not least, the devs are yet to decide the level cap or should they even have one. They are not committing to that just yet as the main focus is on polishing the game's graphics and optimising performance.
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