Cyberpunk 2077 is set fifty-seven years after the events of the original tabletop role-playing game, in a world where advanced technology has become the norm, including cybernetic implants and full body modification. The game includes a large open world to explore, with the player having the option of traversing the city on foot or by vehicle. The game includes a variety of activities, ranging from main story missions to side quests, as well as hacking, stealing, and participating in various other criminal activities.

The player character, V, can be customized with a variety of physical appearance options as well as a variety of cyberware implants that can improve abilities such as hacking, stealth, and combat. The player can also select one of three different origin stories, each of which will affect the character’s backstory and starting abilities.

The branching dialogue system in Cyberpunk 2077 allows players to make decisions that affect the story and their relationships with non-playable characters. The game also has a day-night cycle, with the player’s actions having different outcomes depending on the time of day. Furthermore, the game provides a diverse selection of weapons, vehicles, and clothing options, allowing players to completely customize their characters and gameplay experience.

The game was eagerly anticipated by fans and critics alike, and it has received mostly positive feedback, with praise for its open-world design, branching storylines, and character customizations. However, the game received some criticism for its performance issues on older consoles, as well as some bugs.


I just finished Cyberpunk 2077 a few weeks ago. From my point of view, the story’s background content is quite large, detailed, outstanding multilingual voiceover performance and the graphing performance on Xbox is definitely a plus point. But it does deserve adding more material, such as a metro system, other kinds of vehicles,better driving experience, and official mods like a flying automobile (On Xbox or PS5). At the same time, I tend to believe that the stability of the game still need improve, sometimes, it will still crash or stack while loading, saving or just suddenly crash. Nevertheless, even though the game’s material appears to have been reduced somewhat, CD PROJEKT RED is still making progress with it.(like water effect, fire effect, glass effect…)

Editor’s Recommanded Weapons in Cyberpunk 2077


Rarity: Epic/ Iconic

“A genius among smartguns.”

Epic, and Legendary

This iconic G-58 Dian is painted white with a red decal on it.

It has a unique modifier that makes it deal additional Electrical damage with a chance to cause EMP explosions on bullet impact.


Rarity: Epic/ Iconic

“A modded version of Techtronika’s Grad sniper rifle. Powerful enough to knock an AV out of the sky.”

O’Five is an Iconic variant of the Techtronika SPT32 Grad Power Sniper Rifle in Cyberpunk 2077. It is the signature weapon of Buck Arnold.


Rarity: Epic/ Iconic

“A smartgun with a unique voice-over interface. Slightly unpredictable.”

A weapon that’s easy to fall in love with, but difficult to trust. “It” speaks to the user using its unique weapon AI. Regina Jones won Skippy in a poker game from a techie called “Danish”. Later it was stolen from her and eventually ended up lying next to a corpse in a back alley.

  • Puppy-Loving Pacifist (Limbs Only Mode)
  • Stone Cold Killer (Headshot Only Mode)


Rarity: Epic/ Iconic

"Originally belonged to Rebecca from David Martinez*’s crew. It’ll wreak bloody havoc, though it can be a little unpredictable. Much like its original owner."*

Guts is an Iconic variant of the Budget Arms Carnage in Cyberpunk 2077. It was added in Patch 1.6 as part of the Edgerunners Content DLC

Editor’s Recommanded Vehicles in Cyberpunk 2077

Mizutani Shion “Coyote”

Mizutani Shion "Coyote"

By looking at it, you’d think the Mizutani Shion was a city car, built for thin-crust roads and unsuited for the desert wasteland. And you’d be right - the standard edition would grind to a dead halt at the first rocky knoll. But with upgrades, reinforcement and improved suspension, the Shion cuts through harsh terrain like a lazer knife through butter.

Yaiba Kusanagi CT-3X

Yaiba Kusanagi CT-3X

The Yaiba Kusanagi CT-3X is the fastest, and unsurprsingly[sic], the most expensive motorcycle, originally built in collaboration with the Arasaka Corporation. Its sleek, aerodynamic frame conceals a wickedly powerful engine. Ideally, anyone riding one should be chipped with reflex boosters to avoid flying into a traffic light at 100MPH when making a sharp turn. The Kusanagi is a favorite among gangers, especially the Tyger Claws.


Looking forward to DLC release. 🤩


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