Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty Review

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Phantom Liberty embodies the best of Cyberpunk 2077 for a thrilling RPG-shooter with an evocative story, compelling side content, and unforgettable conclusions.

The appeal of Night City was in its impressive scope and dazzling visuals which painted a bleak neon-lit future dictated by technological exploitation and unfettered capitalism. Within that were tragic, human stories to pull at your heartstrings, and a whole lot of violent action often perpetuated by its gameplay systems. But what if you took the best parts of Cyberpunk 2077 and condense them into a tight, cohesive package for a heart-wrenching political action thriller? That’s what Phantom Liberty does as an expansion that seamlessly fits into the original game.

It showcases the full potential of Cyberpunk 2077 with a new, captivating story that’s intimate, raw, and earnest–told through a strong cast of characters. Its narrative ambitions are contextualized in the missions that drive the plot, which contain top-tier action setpieces to let the revamped RPG mechanics sing and a variety of tense and well-crafted non-combat scenarios to bring it together. More than anything, Phantom Liberty goes above and beyond with not one, but two finales that are wildly different yet equally stunning–hell, even three when counting the new ending for the original story. It’s a fantastic mix of nearly everything you could ask of Cyberpunk. And after taking 30 hours to experience all of its content, I just can’t imagine Cyberpunk 2077 without Phantom Liberty.

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24 thoughts on “Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty Review”

  1. Gameplay footage took with a controller detracts 90% of the pleasure. It's like when Doom Eternal came out. It was painful to watch. But then finally they were done with the peasants and brought out the real experience with a mouse, which in an First Person RPG makes you movement look natural.

  2. My biggest issue with the game still stands and for that it's still getting a 5/10 for me. You don't live in night city and neither does anyone else, it's just a world that revolves around a character and like a lot of games it makes the entire thing lose all it's substance.

  3. I've been a CP2077 apologist since launch. Somehow, I have evaded nearly all of the news and hype surrounding it prior to launch, and went in pretty much blind. I've played the game on a high-end PC and the graphics, story and gameplay all blew me away. After that, the game only kept getting better and better with each and every update, now culminating in such an incredible expansion and 2.0 update. Can't wait to play more.


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