The personalities will have characters modelled after and voiced by them, and while exact details are still up in the air, first impressions are that they are surprisingly interactable.
Ben â€œCohh Carnageâ€ Cassel is set to be one of the streamers in Cyberpunk 2077. After the fanfare of the reveal, he responded to one viewer who asked â€œCan you fight me?â€ to which Cohh replied with a telling â€œI meanâ€¦â€ and an awkward laugh, before offering a little more information.
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â€œWhatâ€™s really cool about my character is you can do lots of things,â€ was his diplomatic answer, before going on to vocalise his surprise at how much of a cameo he was receiving within the game.
While this doesnâ€™t offer any concrete answers, it does tease enough to draw some conclusions. Players should be hopeful of quests, fist-fights and unique dialogue options with some of their favourite streamers at the very least, even if they will have to wait for more concrete information.
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The reveal comes on the back of a wave of teasers - including a high profile anime collaboration with â€œKill-la-Killâ€ creators Studio Trigger and Netflix - and in-depth game-play mechanics. More information will surely be dropped in the next Night City Wire episode, but for now, hereâ€™s what we do know.
Cyberpunk 2077 is set for release on 19th November for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, as well as PS5 and Xbox Series X when they arrive.