Spoiler-Free Late Game Cyberpunk 2077 Gameplay

Check out some spoiler-free side quest Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay, featuring a level 30 V. Captured on PC. 

We’ve seen extensive footage from Cyberpunk 2077’s early game, including its in-depth character creator, and the various lifepaths that you can choose for your character. While we’ve seen V’s humble beginnings, what about an upgraded, late game V? 

In the video above, we show gameplay from three different side quests, which we tackled with a level 30 character, showing off some late game abilities, and iconic weapons (yes, we have the Mantis Blades). Don’t worry, there are no main story spoilers. 

In the first mission, Old Friends, V must infiltrate Karubo’s Bar. Utilizing quickhacks and abilities like Synapse Burnout, we mess with the environment and hack enemies to clear the bar, before swapping to Mantis Blades to mop up remaining enemies. In the second mission, Jeopardy, we use stealth to infiltrate the morgue of a funeral home to steal a shard from a courier’s corpse. In the third and final mission, we clear out a gang hideout, all guns blazing. 

You can read GameSpot’s review of Cyberpunk 2077 here. The game launches on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC, and Stadia on December 10. For more Cyberpunk 2077 tips, make sure to subscribe to youtube.com/gamespot.

Spoiler-Free Late Game Cyberpunk 2077 Gameplay

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  1. Gamespot's review was right & fair from the very start (gave it a 7/10); they got bashed unfairly and even had to disable comments on those videos because of their low score. Just leaving this info for people who have no idea.

  2. Copied from a post on the Cyberpunk subreddit:

    Gamespot’s review was super controversial but now it makes sense and in fact I agree with Kallie Plagge. Night City IS superficial, everything is there but you can’t interact with it. And yes “So much of it is superficial set dressing” is 100% accurate. And as she said, what shines are the quests and the characters.
    I hate to say it but Night City, which was supposed to be the best openworld out there is Subpar at best.
    Edit: Just to be clear you don’t have to agree with EVERYTHING she says in order to able to agree with her in some topics. Was the “what if I don’t want to help the cops?” bit kinda stupid? Yes. Does that mean you can’t agree with her in some points or that she is all the hurtful things that many have been saying she is? Absolutely Not.

  3. If you look carefully and if you played through the first act there are certain things you can pick up on which can be spoilers.

    Hint: the gun and the UI color

  4. Why are people so pissed about the review they gave this game? I actually watched the whole review, and while I personally haven’t played the game myself yet, a lot of what she discusses seem like rather fair things to not like about a game?

    Like, I get that she gave the game people want to play a score that’s kinda low (70 is still a good score!!!!), but it’s really not that big of a deal?


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