Which version should the player go to in Cyberpunk 2077?

Like any good RPG, the strength of the game lies in how much agency and control the player has to have.

Cyberpunk 2077, being one of the most anticipated RPGs of the last decade, was expected to have a long way to go in being able to “build” the player character for specific game styles.

In essence, “constructions” refers to the skills and points allocated in a very particular set of attributes and abilities to be able to play in a certain way. Cyberpunk 2077 has an impressive and extensive skill tree, which has a lot in terms of V customization in terms of gameplay.

In the Cyberpunk 2077 universe, there are predominantly two types of agents or mercenaries: Netrunner and Solo. There are other breakdowns of these two versions into subcategories and variations, but we will only analyze the two for the time being.

Netrunner and Solo in Cyberpunk 2077

First of all, we need to clear the air of confusion around the many terms and descriptions thrown in Cyberpunk 2077.

From the beginning of the game, the player will be bombarded with all sorts of technical jargon that will not make much sense, so that the player does not spend much time reading Data Shards in the game.

Netrunner

Allocating points in Cool and Intelligence is conducive to a Netrunner build Investing in Intelligence should be a priority for Netrunner players in Cyberpunk 2077 The original Cyberdeck (Militech Paraline) is abysmal, and players should upgrade as quickly as they can Cool is an important branch to upgrade in order to have a Netrunner build Technical Ability is always useful while looking for alternate paths in an area Allocating points in Body is essential for a Solo build in Cyberpunk 2077 Upgrading Body stats will allow the player to take more damage while also dealing out more

For new RPG players and fresh from a Call of Duty or GTA experience, the Netrunner construction may seem too foreign and complicated. Therefore, the Solo version looks much more attractive.

However, it is not too complex to get it after the initial tutorial, which makes hacking extremely easy to understand. The basic things to keep in mind are Cyberdeck RAM and the Breach Protocol mini-game.

It certainly doesn’t take long for the player to get used to building Netrunner in Cyberpunk 2077 only after the first two runs in the area. However, if the player is confident in their FPS skills, then the Solo version is just as viable.

But soon, the player will face the enemy type Netrunner, which will frustrate him to the end. Rival Netrunners will enter the player’s systems and cause them to overheat. Therefore, it is extremely difficult to try to find an enemy Netrunner while you are in the middle of a frantic frantic battle.

Overheating will cause the player to suffer continuous damage in Cyberpunk 2077, which will make life extremely difficult. This is why the Netrunner version seems to do better for new players, as enemy Netrunners make it extremely difficult to survive a fight in Cyberpunk 2077.

Enemy non-enemies tend to hide quite well, making them extremely annoying, because all they need to cause V to overheat is a line of sight, which they can also get through the cameras.

Therefore, new players should try Netrunner to try in their first game piece to get the different systems of Cyberpunk 2077 hanging.

Posted December 15, 2020, 2:11 PM IST

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