How fresh does the RPG feel once you beat it?



Curiosity is a sign of intelligence, my father often says. I quote this completely selflessly because I am just a terribly curious person. Theoretically, with Warhammer 3: Immortal Empires, Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous, and Xenoblade Chronicles 3, I actually have more than enough games on my disc.

Theoretically. In practice, I can’t help it if all of a sudden half the game world is talking about Cyberpunk 2077 again and I haven’t formed my own opinion about the current Edgerunners update. Actually, after about 70 hours, I had calmed down the role-playing game with version 1.3.

Cyberpunk 2077: Patch 1.6 – Trailer Introduces Free Edgerunners Update






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Cyberpunk 2077: Patch 1.6 – Trailer Introduces Free Edgerunners Update

Really. Now I spend my evenings in Night City again and the other big chunks of games need a break. For good reasons.

But hey, you might be just as excited to see how fresh and different Cyberpunk 1.6 feels after you’ve played it all. I deliberately didn’t put patch notes next to it to look through, but wanted the completely redesigned Night City to have a pure and unbiased effect on me. And maybe my subjective experience report will help you decide if a new playthrough is worth it for you. Curious? I thought so!

Heiko Blade

GameStar Editor-in-Chief Heiko Klinge has been playing almost anything that has to do with character values ​​for 35 years. The subgenre doesn’t interest him, which you can tell from the fact that he currently has both a hardcore CRPG (Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous), a JRPG (Xenoblade Chronicles 3) and Cyberpunk 2077 on the roll. In terms of playful freedom, combat system and storytelling, he has no special preferences. Most importantly, he is atmospherically abducted into a world that interests him.

My requirements

I beat Cyberpunk almost exactly a year ago with version 1.3. Well after release, but also well before the major update 1.5, which has changed and improved most games so far.

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