That's it. After years of waiting, many delays, Cyberpunk 2077 is available on console, PC, and even in cloud gaming . Unfortunately, a majority of testers and specialists advise against playing it on PS4 and Xbox One, due to poor performance. On the PS4 Pro and Xbox One S side, everything is going well, not to mention PS5 and Xbox Series X / Series S and PC, with a good configuration. Millions of players can therefore enjoy an ultra-vast role-playing game, with sublime graphics, with the promise of a long adventure with multiple possibilities. But one question remains unanswered.
This question relates to the promise of a New Game Plus , as announced by CD Projekt during the development of Cyberpunk 2077.
So does Cyberpunk 2077 have this possibility? ScreenRant answers the question.
No New Game Plus for the moment, but a future update possible
The New Game Plus has become a must for gamers. In a large majority of cases, this option offered when a game is over, not necessarily at 100%, allows you to start over with the objects, powers, obtained during the previous game . An option that was notably available in The Witcher 3, CD Projekt's previous work hailed by critics and the press. Suffice to say that players are waiting for a New Game Plus for Cyberpunk 2077.
As explained by several players who have already been able to complete Cyberpunk 2077, despite its tens of hours, there is unfortunately no New Game Plus . But ScreenRant points out that the game will benefit from numerous updates, and that this option could arrive later. The video games having been entitled to a New Game Plus after their release have been numerous. Something to reassure the players.
But don't let the players worry. With its many choices, the presence of several styles of combat, origins, Cyberpunk 2077 ensures enormous replayability. What to wait before the New Game Plus is offered. But in the meantime, CD Projekt has its work cut out for it. An online stand alone is on the program for the game, with new information to come , without forgetting the (too) many bugs present to correct.