Cyberpunk 2077’s nonplayer characters (NPCs) have come a long way since the game’s release, both in terms of visual variety and memorable characters.
Patch 2.0’s overhaul of the police system has made Night City a more interesting and engaging open environment.
The success of Patch 2.0 and the planned Project Orion, the culmination of CD Projekt Red’s attempts to rehabilitate the game, bodes well for the future of Cyberpunk 2077. One of Cyberpunk 2077’s more modest upgrades is the polishing of Night City’s random people. Players appear to be fixated on how aesthetically spectacular and memorable some of the game’s background NPCs may be.
CD Projekt Red spent an absurd amount of money to make Cyberpunk 2077 closer to its original concept after its initial launch when the game had several technical and creative flaws. It took until Patch 1.5 for Cyberpunk 2077 to strengthen its background NPCs, despite the fact that the primary story was well-written and eloquently dealt with complex existential topics with its cast of people.
In comparison to 2020, the open world of Cyberpunk 2077 in 2023 is a far more immersive experience. Many players have been asking for a revamped police system in Cyberpunk 2077, and they got it with the release of Patch 2.0. Most players would agree that interacting with the dynamic metropolis of Night City in Cyberpunk 2077 is much more enjoyable than with the previously static cityscape.