In 2077, America is in pieces. Megacorps control life in all its aspects from the top floors of their sky-high fortresses. Down below, drug-pushing gangs, dirty-tech hustlers, and slingers of illicit braindances run the streets. The world in between is where decadence, sex, and pop culture mix with violent crime, extreme poverty, and the unattainable promise of the American Dream. In a world where you have no future, what matters is that you control who you are. To survive and protect your independence, you modify your body with advanced cyberware and take jobs others would never dare. You choose to live free, bound by no systems or controls-the only rules you obey are your own. Because you're a Cyberpunk. In Cyberpunk 2077 you play as V-a hired gun on the rise and you just got your first serious contract. In a world of cyberenhanced street warriors, tech-savvy netrunners, and corporate lifehackers, today you take your first step towards becoming an urban legend.
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Game director Adam Badowski said in 2018 that in the final game, his team intends to have full uncensored nudity because it supports one of the most important themes in the cyberpunk genre: transhumanism, the belief that humanity can transcend its current mental and physical form with the help of technology. But when the team at CD Projekt Red showed a demo of the game at E3 that year, which included nude male and female characters, their genitals were covered with pixelated white boxes of digital noise. Those boxes was a tactical decision because Badowski didn't want to be accused of using nudity for shock value, or to have its time with the international press sidetracked by conversations about male or female nudity in video games. The team also wanted to keep the reaction in the room to a giggle, rather than outright laughter from any "prudish" or "immature" members of the audience. He said, "Nudity makes it more believable; that's why we want to have it. There's nothing special in it." See more
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