While it may not seem like this since the presentation of that first trailer for ‘Cyberpunk 2077“It’s been seven years. With the game now available for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PC as well as previous generation platforms, Cyberpunk 2077 arrives ready to break the mold in the RPG arena.
Like a good RPG based on the brand of the same name and created by Mike Pondsmith, We will have a choice of several course options. Each of them will give us a different style of play, both for solving critical situations and for facing missions.
As players we will have three classes available to choose from. Of course, there’s no shortage of the rest that will appear in the tabletop role-playing game, but these will only be relegated to enemy characters or NPCs. Who knows, maybe in the future and for future expansions CD Projekt RED will add them as playable options.
Cyberpunk 2077 course: which one to choose?
Maybe the kind many would understand in other role-playing games like Warrior. In the Cyberpunk universe, Solo is listed as a mercenary, offering his weapon skills (especially firearms) to the highest bidder. They can also be expert assassins or bodyguards. They also have the ability to detect any danger in the environment thanks to their “sense of combat” ability, thus having a crucial advantage before confrontation.
Do you want to become a fighting cyborg in true Ghost in the Shell style? The Techie class is your choice. In other titles of the genre, their comparison would be similar to that of engineers, as they have the ability to add powerful allies in combat
The Netrunners play in a different league than the previous classes. They are experts in hacking and disabling all types of devices, so they can destroy their rivals without hitting them in the slightest, modifying only their upgrades and using them to their own advantage. In the world of Cyberpunk, being a Netrunner always has its perks, for better or for worse.