Most of the cutscenes in Cyberpunk 2077 will be made in first view. CD Projekt Red began development on Cyberpunk 2077 in 2016, shortly after completing the final DLC for The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt. This studio has spent the last three years working with Cyberpunk 2077, revealing details around it to keep gamers interested in the game. Recently, this studio has introduced a detailed video showing more than what players can expect.
Initial details reveal that Cyberpunk 2077 is a massive mountain of work for CD Projekt Red. The studio has previously stated that this game is "much bigger" than anything they've done before. The company's reputation for delivering quality games has ensured that this game is well worth the wait. Fans were even more excited after Microsoft's E3 2019 event when Keanu Reeves took to the stage to announce that he was a character in Cyberpunk 2077. CD Projekt Red has revealed many details about Cyberpunk 2077, for Seeing the company feel that making the game social with people is extremely important.
Cyberpunk 2077 cut-scenes have revealed many segments at first glance. However, players still sometimes see the main character while they are playing the game. They will always have a chance to see at a glance the face of the protagonist in the mirror and on security cameras. Driving scenes also seem to be an exception to the rules of the first view: those scenes will be viewed from the third perspective. Marcin Momot, global community leader of CD Projekt Red, took to Twitter to explain more about using the first perspective in cutscenes.
After the in-game trailer revealed what appeared to be transgender, CD Projekt Red recently announced that it was considering a transgender option when creating the character. The company also seems to understand that it will help people gain experience, especially those who do not clearly identify gender as male or female.
CD Projekt Red continues to show the extent to which they want players to integrate into the game environment. Using a first-person perspective on almost everything, including cutscenes, will make players more engaged with Cyberpunk 2077. The first-person perspective will keep players proactive in those scenes, more is just making them feel like they're a remote audience.