Cyberpunk 2077 was one of the most highly anticipated video game releases of 2020, and while its myriad bugs and glitches have been all anyone’s been able to talk about since its launch, there are a few other aspects of the game itself that we feel could’ve used some improvement as well. Here are five ways Cyberpunk 2077 could’ve been even better.
More Romance Options
This is an RPG with dialogue options and backstories and NPCs to get to know better. And yet, there are only four romance options available to the player, not counting Meredith Stout, who only serves as a random one night stand option early on in the game.
To CD Projekt Red’s credit, all four romantic prospects are pretty fleshed out in their own right. Panam and Judy, in particular, have quickly proven to become the most popular romance options in Cyberpunk 2077, thanks to their extended quest lines and fascinating personalities. That being said, it’s definitely worth mentioning that there’s basically only one romance option for each sexual orientation.
Straight males and females have Panam and River respectively, while those seeking same-sex romance get Judy and Kerry for the female and male body types.
It’s definitely a sucky feeling to feel like you’re being railroaded into romancing only one person regardless of what your preferences are, and we’d have liked to see more options available for each sexual orientation in Cyberpunk 2077.