Yesterday, we reported on the news that Cyberpunk 2077 cutscenes will be in the first-person perspective, including the sex scenes. It was always believed that Cyberpunk 2077 would have third-person perspective cutscenes, especially after developer CD Projekt Red recently talked more about the character creation system and the ability to be genderfluid in the game. Now, CD Projekt Red has explained the shift to first-person cutscenes and when you will be able to see your character.
Taking to Twitter, Marcin Momot, CD Projekt Red’s global community lead, explained the shift to the first-person cutscenes for Cyberpunk 2077 and cleared up some confusion. It turns out that on rare occasions, you will be able to see your character in cutscenes and there are a few other ways you will be able to see your character as well, for example, in a mirror or when driving.
Marcin Momot explains that:
What “very occasionally” means exactly remains to be seen, but don’t expect to see your Cyberpunk 2077 character often, unless you stare in every mirror you find in the game.
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What do you think about Cyberpunk 2077’s shift to first-person cutscenes and the reasoning from CD Projekt Red as to why this happened? Let us know in the comment section and check out the recently released video of the game below.
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