Cyberpunk 2077 is a First-Person RPG, Become 'Urban Legend', V

After many years of silence, CD Projekt Red recently unveiled their much-anticipated sci-fi RPG Cyberpunk 2077, at the very end of Microsoft's E3 2018 press conference. However, you'll still get to see your character during conversations and cut-scenes, so it's more than just a first-person experience. Speaking of the class system, the devs said that their is no specific class which the players choose, but, the way the player plays the game influences the class. Deep narrative immersion is a key design priority, and you'll experience the story of the game's protagonist entirely through their eyes.

Furthermore, romance options and NPC companions seem to be in the game, though it's not clear how much of a role the latter will play. However, keep in mind that even these choices greatly affect gameplay so you have to be prepared. They are not looking to build a save-the-world kinda story, but they will rather have a story with a similar vein as the Witcher 3.

While the UI will remain minimalistic while exploring, it expands to give players more details like health bars and enemy levels when in combat, which involve both melee and ranged weaponry depending on player choice. Unlike The Witcher 3, which had plenty of wide open fields and dense forests, Cyberpunk 2077 has towering skyscrapers, some of which are enterable "megabuildings".

V is a fully voiced character.

You can enjoy some new artwork below, showing scenes and player character samples for a male and female V.

As it was evident by the reveal trailer, vehicles are a big part of the game too, and engaging in combat while riding is also confirmed. "So V in a sense does have her own kind of personality, but you shape it as a player".

Furthermore, characters will have access to skills, perks, and attributes which will govern how they interact with the world. With 6 distinct districts to explore, hundreds of buildings and thousands rooms to enter, and dozens of miles of roads to hit, there are always places to be and things to do.

As far as exploration goes, CD Projekt Red has emphasized verticality with Cyberpunk 2077.