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Cops in Cyberpunk 2077 Finally Work Like in GTA; Phantom Liberty Gameplay

CD Projekt Red presented the novelties that await us in Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty. The redesigned police system resembles that of the GTA series.

Source: CD Projekt Red.

A few moments ago, a stream conducted by CD Projekt Red has ended. It concerned the Phantom Liberty DLC for Cyberpunk 2077, which will be released September 26 on PC, PS5, XSX/S, as well as patch 2.0. The latter is expected to hit the same platforms shortly before the expansion's release.

The developers demonstrated a number of new features heading to Cyberpunk 2077 over the next month. Among other things, we saw Relic's entire skill tree, as well as gameplay footage of V fighting using vehicles. You can watch the recording of the broadcast below.

In addition, the developers presented how the new police system works. Like in GTA It is based on stars appearing on the screen.. Their number will increase depending on the frequency with which we commit crimes. And if we go too far and get five stars, we'll have MaxTac on our back - at least when we are in Night City. Outside the city, the Militech corporation will set out on our trail, while in Dogtown - a new district to be added in Phantom Liberty - will be the private army called Barghest.

Hubert Sledziewski

Hubert Sledziewski

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