I use the "PAX" mod on my Cyberpsycho weapon as it inflicts Non-Lethal shots.I keep trying to get those psychos alive as the lady wants but man those are just impossible to not kill.XD
Also you can use the ocular implants targeting mod to make all weapons non lethal.I use the "PAX" mod on my Cyberpsycho weapon as it inflicts Non-Lethal shots.
There's also one Cyberpsycho related job where you can talk to the person and there is one dialog route i found that leads to them backing down.
Which was nice, as i was level 3 and they were creaming me in a firefight!
Yeah, there is definitively a feel of that. I think I'd have liked a bit more Blade Runner to it, and a lot more systemic life. Still, it remains a damn fantastic setting.I made a build that is focused on building stuff. Now I have a sniper that kills everything with one shot and I don't even have to aim with it.
The one thing I miss about the game is the Night City feeling a bit more alive and less like a modern day city. I sorta have the idea of the city being more like Blade Runnerish city and less like LA but with cyberpunk people in it. Oh well that's what I get from being a fan of the 2020 RPG book instead of checking out what they had done with the lore more recently.
I hit the street cred max yesterday and I've only done one main quest.Ah yes, I need to look into mods and implants! I'm level 20 and still haven't gotten any other than the ones in the beginning and one other from a quest.
Thank you for reminding me I need to get back to zero. Also, yeah, the quest design of a lot of the gigs is a bit... I mean, the city is a fantastic backdrop and there is an immersive quality to it that is carrying the game on its back. But I feel like it could use a tiny bit more twists and turns. More conversation options, more unforeseen consequences and all that. An open-world game's worst enemy is predictability.Imagine if they'd gone with Yakuza level of interaction with the bars and such...
Need to make a driving around Night City at night in the rain on my bike with this track playing. Body Heat is a great station for just cruising around.
This screenshot is hurting my brain. The street looks far too big for both of them. Is that a hobbit and hobbit sized bike? Also what's with the shadows: she has a huge shadow, yet the bike casts a much shorter one, despite being maybe half heir height?I can't believe there was a quest involving Garry the Prophet. I thought he was just a crazy NPC
This is my new favorite screenshot