What A Cyberpunk 2077 Sequel Can Learn
The open universe of Cyberpunk 2077 received criticism for being too barren, thus CD Projekt Red should look to the setting of Deus Ex for prospective sequels.
With both franchises taking players to dystopian sci-fi environments, there's a lot the potential Cyberpunk 2077 sequel could learn from Square Enix's Deus Ex franchise.
Players are transported to a futuristic world as part of the immersive Deus Ex series, which debuted back in 2000 and explores themes like societal divide and conspiracies.
Before its underwhelming release, CD Projekt Red's Cyberpunk 2077 had promised to transport players to the huge, sinister sci-fi metropolis of Night City.
With rumors swirling about a new Deus Ex game, CD Projekt Red's beloved franchise could be learning a thing or two about cyberpunk games.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution, released in 2011, brought the Deus Ex series back to life after a protracted sabbatical. Eidos-Montreal created the game.
The game acts as a prequel to the first two games in the series while updating the gameplay for a new target market.
augmentation creates countless opportunities in the game and allows protagonist Jensen to perform superhuman combat that can save some situations.