Which Cyberpunk 2077 Class Is Right For You?

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Which Cyberpunk 2077 Class Is Right For You?

Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the most anticipated games of the year, and for good reason. Players can tailor the gameplay experience in countless ways, including tons of choices that affect the story and combat. The first choice? Your playstyle, which you hone over time by investing in different skills across distinct trees. This class system is not fixed; it is a fluid approach to how players can operate in Night City. In this Cyberpunk 2077 class breakdown, we are going to help you find which Cyberpunk 2077 class is right for you.

There are three base archetypes in Cyberpunk 2077, each offering unique skills and abilities while even changing how other characters see you in the world of Night City. They are: Solo, Netrunner, and Techie. These aren't the standard RPG classes. These are starting points where players can begin to craft their character, and where they can pull from the different class skill trees to perfect their playstyle even further. But odds are good you will gravitate towards one rather than taking a completely balanced approach, so which one fits you the best to start out with? Let's dive right in with Solo. 

The solo class is for those looking for a more traditional play experience. It's very melee-heavy and is perfect for those that love to just rush right in and get blood regardless of the consequences.

Which Cyberpunk 2077 Class Is Right For You?

about X hours ago from
Which Cyberpunk 2077 Class Is Right For You?

Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the most anticipated games of the year, and for good reason. Players can tailor the gameplay experience in countless ways, including tons of choices that affect the story and combat. The first choice? Your playstyle, which you hone over time by investing in different skills across distinct trees. This class system is not fixed; it is a fluid approach to how players can operate in Night City. In this Cyberpunk 2077 class breakdown, we are going to help you find which Cyberpunk 2077 playstyle is right for you.

There are three base archetypes in Cyberpunk 2077, each offering unique skills and abilities while even changing how other characters see you in the world of Night City. They are: Solo, Netrunner, and Techie. These aren't the standard RPG classes. These are starting points where players can begin to craft their character, and where they can pull from the different class skill trees to perfect their playstyle even further. But odds are good you will gravitate towards one rather than taking a completely balanced approach, so which one fits you the best to start out with? Let's dive right in with Solo. 

The solo is for those looking for a more traditional play experience. It's very melee-heavy and is perfect for those that love to just rush right in and get blood regardless of the consequences.

Which Cyberpunk 2077 Class You Should Choose Based On Your Playstyle

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Which Cyberpunk 2077 Class You Should Choose Based On Your Playstyle

Cyberpunk 2077 is arguably one of the most anticipated games of the year, and for good reason. Players can tailor the game to model after what they want to get out of it, including tons of choices that will affect the experience. The first choice? Your class. In this Cyberpunk 2077 class breakdown, we are going to help you find which Cyberpunk 2077 class is right for your playstyle. 

There are three classes to choose from when you dive into the game, each choice offering unique skills and abilities while even changing how other characters see you in the world of Night City. The three classes to choose from are: Solo, Netrunner, and Techie. Let's dive right in with the Solo class. 

The solo class is for those looking for a more traditional play experience. It's very melee-heavy and is perfect for those that love to just rush right in and get blood regardless of the consequences.

Which Cyberpunk 2077 Class You Should Choose Based On Your Playstyle

about X hours ago from
Which Cyberpunk 2077 Class You Should Choose Based On Your Playstyle

Cyberpunk 2077 is arguably one of the most anticipated games of the year, and for good reason. Players can tailor the game to model after what they want to get out of it, including tons of choices that will affect the experience. The first choice? Your class. In this Cyberpunk 2077 class breakdown, we are going to help you find which Cyberpunk 2077 class is right for your playstyle. 

There are three classes to choose from when you dive into the game, each choice offering unique skills and abilities while even changing how other characters see you in the world of Night City. The three classes to choose from are: Solo, Netrunner, and Techie. Let's dive right in with the Solo class. 

The solo class is for those looking for a more traditional play experience. It's very melee-heavy and is perfect for those that love to just rush right in and get blood regardless of the consequences.

Oculus Quest 2 Review – The Future Of VR

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Oculus Quest 2 Review – The Future Of VR

When the original Quest released in the middle of 2019, it seemed like a smart move for VR. Oculus’ portable headset wasn’t as powerful as headsets like the Rift, but it also didn’t need to remain tethered to a PC. The Quest gave you the freedom to play games anywhere you had room to move around, and its lack of cords was surprisingly freeing. Better still, some of VR’s best experiences – Beat Saber, Pistol Whip, Job Simulator – prove that you don’t need a lot of horsepower to have a good time. As a result, sales of the Oculus Quest quickly outpaced all of Oculus’s other offerings.

It's been nearly 18 months since the release of the first Quest and Oculus is ready to drop a hardware refresh that improves the headset in nearly every way. Sure, putting on the Quest 2 wasn’t as big a revelation as the first time I wore a headset without cords, but Oculus’ newest portable VR headset has me more excited for the future of VR than I’ve been in a long time.

Oculus Quest 2 Review – The Future Of VR

about X hours ago from
Oculus Quest 2 Review – The Future Of VR

When the original Quest release in the middle of 2019, it seemed like a smart move for VR. Oculus’ portable headset wasn’t as powerful as headsets like the Rift, but it also didn’t need to remain tethered to a PC. The Quest gave you the freedom to play games anywhere you had room to move around, and its lack of cords was surprisingly freeing. Better still, some of VR’s best experiences – Beat Saber, Pistol Whip, Job Simulator – prove that you don’t need a lot of horsepower to have a good time. As a result, sales of the Oculus Quest quickly outpaced all of Oculus’s other offerings.

It's been nearly 18 months since the release of the first Quest and Oculus is ready to drop a hardware refresh that improves the headset in nearly every way. Sure, putting on the Quest 2 wasn’t as big a revelation as the first time I wore a headset without cords, but Oculus’ newest portable VR headset has me more excited for the future of VR than I’ve been in a long time.

Every Game Coming To PlayStation 5 in 2020

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Every Game Coming To PlayStation 5 in 2020

New hardware is exciting is for many reasons, but the most important one is improving the games you play. With fewer console exclusives and so many cross-generation games releasing, this transition to next-gen is a bit different from the ones that came before. For anyone considering getting a PlayStation 5, why we've compiled this list of games to give you a clearer idea of the experiences you will have at your fingertips through the end of this year. And don't worry, Xbox fans – we'll have a similar list for you in the near future.

Rare Gameboy Advance Prototype Pops Up During Auction

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Rare Gameboy Advance Prototype Pops Up During Auction

Auctions are treasure troves for some of the coolest items found from gaming past and the latest loot to drop is a nifty blast from the past Game Boy Advance prototype system. 

The Game Boy Advance began its journey into our hearts back in 2001 following the beloved Game Boy Color. This handheld featured peripherals that were ahead of its time, funky fresh (I said it) color choices, and a comfortable design. While the Advance made it onto shelves back in 2001, the year prior was rife with ideas and excitement for this launch, including a special version of the Advance shown off during the 200 Nintendo Spaceworld event. 

This version of the GBA showcases a different color palette for the system itself in addition to differing start-up sounds for when the handheld turns on.