Cyberpunk 2077 has sparked plenty of questions from players who are eager to see how the open-world game functions. One question surrounding the game is about its amount of sexual content, as CD Projekt Red is known for including sex scenes in some of its games. Fortunately, information from a recent Q&A with developers has been shared by a Redditor and it provides the answers that many fans have been waiting for.
The Witcher 3 had plenty of sex and love scenes but the content of Cyberpunk 2077 was questioned when it was revealed that cut-scenes are set to be in a first-person view. With any major open-world game there are always queries about how immersive the game is and many include sexual content to achieve a full world. The developer has put to rest concerns and revealed that there will be love scenes in the game.
Redditor Shavod, who was at a Q&A with developers, has claimed that the sex scenes should "satisfy everyone." Although this is a broad statement, it sounds like it has been made to reassure fans who thought that element of the game would disappear completely. It was also revealed in the Q&A that the campaign for the Cyberpunk 2077 would be slightly shorter than The Witcher 3. Although it is unlikely that the quicker playthrough is due to a lack of romantic interests and the cinematics that accompany them.
There have been a lot of rumors about Cyberpunk 2077 but these notes from the Q&A seem to be legitimate as CD Projekt global community lead, Marcin Momot, responded to the thread without stating any issues or claims of misinformation. Cyberpunk 2077 has entered the final stage of development so the information presented in the coming months is likely accurate and not going to change, particularly when it is supported by the team developing the title.
The Witcher 3 had some weird sex scenes that were very much of the fantasy genre. It will be interesting to see if Cyberpunk 2077 can keep to the tropes of a dystopian future as well as incorporating romantic scenes organically. Some may not want sex scenes and as an open-world game, it may offer players the choice of whether they want romantic storylines or not. CD Projekt Red is certainly no stranger to in-game choice and in-game sex, therefore there is still some mystery about how these components will interact with one another when Cyberpunk 2077 is finally released.
Cyberpunk 2077 will be released on April 16, 2020 on PC, PS4, Stadia, and Xbox One.