It looks as though Cyberpunk 2077 will have dismemberment.
CD Projekt Red has provided the first in-depth insight into Cyberpunk 2077, at the ongoing E3 Show in Los Angeles. "Obviously in Cyberpunk 2020 there's lots of different roles you can take on: corporate, rocker boy, netrunner, techie, etc". Impressions from a hands-off gameplay demonstration (via Eurogamer, link below) says that "you can blow people's legs off and shoot glass out".
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Camera viewpoint aside, players will be able to create their own character (male or female) and select a unique backstory for them by generating a "lifepath", a carry-over from 2077's pen-and-paper roots. As is the cyberpunk way, the city is run by corporations and crime.
The streets are bustling, things are happening around you in a way that makes you feel as if they'd be happening whether you were there to initiate them or not. As explained by the developer, players will "experience all of it entirely through V's eyes", which is a reference to the title being in first-person.
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In Cyberpunk 2077, player exploration will only be gated by their "street cred", a number that determines which areas you'll have access to, among other things.
In a world where you have no future, what matters is that you control who you are.
During a very brief E3 Coliseum panel hosted by Geoff Keighly, CD Projekt Red's Kyle Rowley, (associate design director) and Peter Gelencser (level design coordinator) took the stage to chat about some of Cyberpunk 2077's systems. However, doing so doesn't manifest itself in the form a of a choice at the start of the game. Speaking of the class system, the devs said that their is no specific class which the players choose, but, the way the player plays the game influences the class.
It's kind of amusing that a game that revolves around a world that's connecting to a network is letting you disconnect from one.
Cyberpunk 2077 will be coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.