Cyberpunk 2077 has just seen patch 1.6 with some decent changes and some additions to coincide with Cyberpunk Edgerunners.
Between that, my re-playing of the game for a bit and getting my first ever Twitch payout. Fate seems to have intertwined and I thought we should do a giveaway!
I played through the whole game last year and never got my review out, so I might even get that finished, too.
Enter below and earn as many entries as you can! It’s a short comp, so enter quickly.
Cyberpunk 2077 is yours for the taking, redeemable over at Gog.com for PC.Ninja Refinery – Cyberpunk 2077 giveaway
Playing as “V” and following their story, intertwined with Johnny Silverhand, you get to play as you see fit.
A first-person RPG, in the fashion of the Fallout series. You’re free to roam Night City and tackle the main story, side quests, fight clubs etc.
I had a great time with Cyberpunk 2077 and found myself enjoying it way more than the world would have had you believe when it initially launched.
Moody, dark and vibrant. You’re in for a treat, and Cyberpunk 2077 has only gotten better and better with time. Patched, updated, added-to and continued support, mean that you’re in for a long ride.
DLC coming in the future means that the adventure doesn’t stop once you roll credits. In fact, when you roll credits in Cyberpunk 2077, you’ve only seen one of several endings! I’m going back to do other endings. Although going with Panam initially, was definitely my “perfect” ending.
Hack, shoot, slash or dildo sword your way through Night City. You have plenty of options for plenty of fun!
Cyberpunk 2077 had what can only be now described as an infamous launch. Delivering a janky, broken version of the game. That’s put people off in a big way, and I’m honestly sad for people who maybe won’t experience it now because that put them off.
I want someone else to have the opportunity to give Cyberpunk 2077 a good go. And if it hasn’t cost you anything, then you’ve nothing to lose!
With recent changes in the 1.6 update, there’s a lot to go at. And now (weirdly it’s taken this long for an RPG), there’s a proper transmog system in place. You can dress how you like, regardless of armour parts and stats. This is pretty big news, because I spent most of my playthrough looking like I’d been to a charity shop and just bought the first few things I could find. I hadn’t, I was always upping stats, but in a game that expects you to role play, I couldn’t even look how I wanted.
You should absolutely check out Sir John Phallustiff, too…….I ended up with that “Iconic” weapon by accident, but I’ve beaten many guys off with it…..
Cyberpunk 2077 got off on the wrong foot, and honestly, CD Projekt Red should still be held accountable for that. They made the amazing Witcher games, and they’re an incredibly capable studio. Don’t let their initial mistake put you off giving Cyberpunk 2077 a go now.
With DLC on the horizon, countless patches, and now Cyberpunk Edgerunners out on Netflix, now really is the time to dive in and give it a go.