CD Projekt RED’s new play will incorporate numerous variations into its character customization system.
Cyberpunk 2077’s character editor will let you customize many of the protagonist’s appearances. The new CD Projekt RED work, which was shown at the Night City Wire event, has not only presented a new trailer for the video game, but the information has come out along with video game previews. FreeGameTips was no exception and we have already been able to test it for several hours. When it comes to the editor, which has changed over the years, the customization options are profound. So deep as to be able to choose the pubic hair that best suits your tastes.
The newness of Poles forces you to choose between three different classes, although they are not closed classes. Still, this determines some aspects of the gameplay and modifies the character’s prologue. Each type of hero will be able to access different dialogue options during the game, as Kotaku explains in his article. Once this aspect has been determined, it is time to choose how our character will look. And for them, the options are vast (although you can always select a protagonist with a random design).
The character that everyone wants
Those who want to immerse themselves in the editor, have available 6 types of skins, 35 hairstyles, 17 eyes, 8 eyebrows, 17 mouths, 17 jaws, 17 ears, many scars, various tattoos, 11 piercings, 5 varieties of teeth, 8 pieces of eye makeup, 5 lip makeup options, 3 types of blemishes, 3 types of nipples, 2 penises (you can set the size), 1 vagina and 5 types of public hair.
In Kotaku they make it clear that you are not shown the nude character unless you specifically select it. As you can see, we are not going to complain about options.
Cyberpunk 2077 will go on sale on November 19 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Later it will be commercialized in Google Stadia. As for the new generation versions, if we buy those of current consoles they will be updated for free. Of course, the true improved version for PS5 and Xbox Series X will come out in 2021 (and it will also be updated for free).
Source | Kotaku