CD Projekt RED’s Cyberpunk 2077 is getting an enormous new growth in September with Phantom Liberty, which sees V and Johnny Silverhand venturing to Dogtown. A brand new gameplay trailer is accessible, and senior communication supervisor Paweł Burza sat down with narrative director Igor Sarzyński for a deep dive. Test it out beneath.
Dogtown’s ruler is Kurt Hansen, who’s additionally answerable for its naming. He’s described as half tyrant, half protector however a businessman, at the start (with South American drug lords cited as an inspiration). To help him is Barghest, his army unit/gang, consisting of Militech troopers from his former squad. After the final Company Conflict, they opted to not return and remained within the space.
Over time, marauders, gangsters and extra have additionally joined their ranks. They’re not essentially the most “sorted out” army unit and do their very own factor however respect Kurt’s authority.
Dogtown is an space of contrasts, with anarchy and authority current in equal measure. The district was meant to be a paradise district, however improvement was interrupted by the warfare. Areas managed by Barghest are secure, however different locations are too harmful, and nobody ventures to them. Trauma Crew doesn’t enterprise to Dogtown in any respect.
Since there aren’t any corpos, there are additionally no corpo taxes. As such, the Black Market is the place you’ll discover every little thing, from “bizarre tech you wouldn’t discover in Kabuki, customized cyberware” to stolen corpo tools. There’s additionally a tank, however you’ll be able to’t purchase it and go on a joyride to Arasaka Tower to blow it up.
Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty launches on September twenty sixth for Xbox Collection X/S, PS5 and PC. Head right here for particulars on the free replace launching with it, which revamps the police system and AI, and right here for brand new content material just like the Relic Tree and Courier missions. It’s also possible to try the up to date PC necessities right here.