The “Cyberpunk 2077” release is one of the most highly anticipated events in the gaming industry. With so much hype surrounding the title, it’s easy to understand why gamers are so worked up. However, the things that could make the title the best game of 2020 are also the very same things that could make it the most disappointing game of the year.

Hype Over Its Technical Brilliance

Fans have been praising the 50-minute “Cyberpunk 2077” gameplay CD Projekt, which showed Night City as well as its branching questlines. With its technical brilliance, CBR even called it one of the “most awe-inspiring 50 minutes in gaming history.”

However, some gamers are starting to feel that it might be too good to be true. While there is no question about the 50-minute gameplay’s brilliance, there will always be a chance that the end product might not live up to all of the hype it generated. Players better temper their expectations for the game or they risk ending up disappointed.

Top-notch Gameplay

The “Cyberpunk 2077” gameplay and combat mechanics are amazing. Players can combine a variety of skills and abilities to achieve their goals. With the game allowing methods such as hacking or even letting a bullet ricochet off a wall to hit its target, there is no lack of options for players in the game.

One potential problem with the “Cyberpunk 2077” gameplay that could prevent it from becoming an excellent game is the inclusion of boss fights. According to CBR, the fights appear to be hamfisted. It must be noted that players have been complaining about the boss fights of “Deus Ex: Human Revolution,” which somehow lessened the title’s appeal.

Superb Questing System

The questing system in “Cyberpunk 2077” is something to look forward to and has even been compared to that found in “The Witcher 3.” Most games treat side quests as an afterthought but “The Witcher 3” should everyone that they could matter.

In fact, the side quests in the game can rival the main quest’s narrative and quality. Thankfully, “Cyberpunk 2077” is expected to offer the same refined and highly developed questing system when it arrives.

But such riveting side quests have their drawbacks. There is a possibility that the story might lose focus especially if the main character of the story does not possess the presence and gravitas necessary to pull together the various subplots into one cohesive whole.

Cyberpunk 2077 "Cyberpunk 2077" will be released on April 16, 2020. Cyberpunk 2077/Facebook