It's no secret that there are many people who are not happy with the personal perspective of Cyberpunk 2077. CD Project Red knows about it and looks at solutions to help people overcome their aversion to the first person's view. That said, the developer does not change it. First person is here to stay.
In an interview with DualShockers, CD Project Red Redesigner Patrick Mills said the team was still stuck in its decision. Mills added that CD Project Red is working to implement features to help "small numbers of people who can not play first person for different reasons."
CD Project Red's decision to keep the game first person comes as no surprise. The developer has regularly discussed the freedom players want in the upcoming RPG and how the perspective works with the freedom to create a more sensible experience.
The first public show of Cyberpunk 2077's game is a 48-minute demo that covers how character opposites and abilities upgrade work, what it's like exploring the game world and what high level fighting skills and boss matches look. Outside the demo, CD Project Red has held the most details about Cyberpunk 2077 near the chest. The developer has not even suggested when the release date may be.
Cyberpunk 2077 is scheduled to start on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.