CD Projekt has explained that we will have to upgrade to V to “borrow” the vehicles.
It seems almost a dream but it is not: Cyberpunk 2077, one of the most anticipated video games of recent years, will be out in less than a month. CD Projekt will release their next big work on November 19, and while we’ve had a lot of information in recent months, we’re still getting news of how different aspects of the gameplay will work.
Last week we had a new episode of Night Wire City, the events that CD Projekt is doing to tell us news about Cyberpunk 2077. This last direct was mainly focused on vehicles and this section looks fantastic. Well, according to Dualshockers we will not be able to steal the vehicles from the beginning since we will have to develop V in different areas to do so.
For example, if we want to steal a vehicle by taking out its driver, we will have to have an improved character in everything related to the body. On the other hand, to mention another situation, if our objective is to hack cars that are parked, V should have improved his skills in the sections related to technique or technology.
One thing we did know is that when we steal a vehicle, it will not be added to the ones we own. We can save them and it seems that they will be added to our collection in some way, but really the game will understand that the vehicle is not ours, so it is most likely that for the cars, trucks and motorcycles to be ours we will have to buy them or acquire them from another more ” legal ” way.
Cyberpunk 2077 is due out November 19 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Stadia, and GeForce Now, and will be compatible from day one with PS5 and Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, although the next-gen update will arrive next year. Of course, the final part of the development of Cyberpunk 2077 has been marred by the crunch episode of CD Projekt and an employee has even assured that they have reached 16-hour working days.