While playing Cyberpunk 2077, it’s hard not to compare this world with other big-budget titles like Fallout 4, Assassin’s Creed, GTA 5 or Red Dead Redemption 2. Moreover, the developers of CD Projekt RED themselves positioned the title more as an action game than an RPG. traditional representation.
Each of the open worlds has its own fans. Some people love Fallout 4 for its post-apocalyptic setting, various secrets, quests, chance encounters or the construction of settlements. Others get lost in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and spend dozens of hours enjoying the scenery of England and listening to sea songs. And someone once again makes a trip to the Wild West, commits robberies or helps people.
Many gamers play all of these games, and when you launch one title shortly after another, interesting parallels can be drawn. Redditor Sir_Sesh_Lord decided to summarize the reasons why the world of Cyberpunk 2077 does not make him love, while Red Dead Redemption 2 takes over.
I’m not kidding … I played the first 8 hours of Red Dead Redemption (2) a couple of days ago. And she made me realize that even after the patches and fixes, the world of Cyberpunk 2077, its events, does not even come close to the level of immersion that Rockstar provides.
The whole world of Red Dead feels so … Alive … And Cyberpunk …
I saved an NPC from being killed and he called me an asshole. I spoke to a character at the club, they called me an asshole. They shot me in front of the cops, they called me an asshole. Hell, I wanted to love the Cyberpunk world … but he called me an asshole.
Other gamers add that the characters in Night City, with the exception of the storyline, are more like dummies that have no life, and their task is to wear acid cyberpunk suits.
At the same time, in Red Dead Redemption 2, you can follow the characters all day long and see them doing business.