What you need to know
- Cyberpunk 2077 has been rated by the ESRB.
- According to the rating information, players can customize V with different sizes and combinations of genitals.
- The game also includes first-person sex scenes.
- Cyberpunk 2077 is set to release on September 17, 2020.
Cyberpunk 2077 has been rated M by the ESRB and there's a lot of gritty stuff you'd expect: heavy weapons ripping foes apart, course language and so forth. Still, the extent of the adult content is interesting, as it confirms the game has first-person sex scenes, alongside allowing V to be customized however you want. This includes different sizes and combinations of genitals.
That's not all though, as the rating also confirms that the game includes first-person sex scenes. You can read the full details below.
With a developer at CD Projekt Red previously stating that "We don't f@#k around" this really shouldn't come as too much of a surprise.
Cyberpunk 2077 is currently slated to be available on September 17, 2020. Xbox One owners will get a free upgrade via Smart Delivery, which will bring the Xbox Series X enhancements when they become available. An event called Night City Wire is coming up on June 11, which may bring more gameplay or news for fans for enjoy.
There's a city to burn
Cyberpunk 2077 aims to be CD Projekt RED's most ambitious game yet, with a mature story set in the corrupt yet thriving Night City. As V, track down the secrets to digital immortality however you see best.
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Sounds like they are definitely going for the GTA crowd here. Just think of all the free publicity this will generate for this game when Mommy and Daddy see their 10 year old first-person-banging hookers (can you rob and murder them too like in GTA?) Marketing Genius.
The source material was pretty "sexy" too, they're just sticking to it like they did with The Witcher
Ratings exist for a reason. If a 10 year old is allowed to play this game in the first place it's certainly not the fault of the game. Warnings are on the box.
and how many 8-10 year olds played GTA? Millions of them. They just bug Mom and Dad (or Grandma) to buy them "this cool new game all my friends are playing!" and they do, oblivious of the rating (anything to shut little Johnny up.)
Then the parents get all outraged at the content (assuming they even notice what little Johnny is playing in his room) and blame the publisher for their bad parenting. ESRB ratings are a joke and always have been.
The Xbox has parental controls, people need to use them. I guess we shouldn't make rated R movies because parents let kids watch those too? True ratings can only do so much, but that's about all they can do. I don't want my enjoyment of art censored just because someone else in the world doesn't want to do their job or may be offended. Companies shouldn't be expected to parent.
That's not what I am saying. I am saying ESRB ratings are useless in controlling content kids see nowadays (just look at YouTube sometime. Video Games are the LEAST of a parent's concerns now.)
They are the V-Chip of the video game world. If the parents want to use the Parental controls, have at it. It's just that most are such Luddites they would not know how, and many just don't care to.
Come for Keanu Reeves. Stay for the customizable genitalia.
so like piercings or something?
Now I can make myself bigger
Ultimately, they won't have good story but a strategy to lure the gamers by adding Keanu Reeves and now, these things too.
I mean, their track record would suggest otherwise.
Except it, that useless content increases the cutscenes and gameplay hours.
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