"Cyberpunk 2077" recently received its trailer, but some new information has been revealed that points to the game sporting a handful of new languages.
According to a report from VG24/7 on Friday, CD Projekt RED’s Sebastian Stepien talked about a potential system that could be implemented and would be used to tell more about the game's world.
"Decisions are not yet made, but we are thinking about some kind of system which could tell more about the game world.
"The idea is to record everything in its original language. If there are, for example, Mexicans in the game, they will speak with slang.
"All performed by Mexican actors. Then a player could try a translating implant, and according to its level, he will get better or worse translation," Stepien said.
Recently, CD Projekt's Adam Badowski talked about the trailer and everything that is currently happening relative to the game's context.
"The teaser shows how the Psycho Squad might acquire a new member. The Psycho Squad specializes in combating 'psychos' – individuals who overuse implants and substances that boost or otherwise alter the human body.
"There comes a point when they overdose on these innovations, and their bodies start to rebel against their biological body parts as well as against all things organic around them. Simply put, they start killing people, who they now derisively call 'meatbags.'
"When a psycho goes on the rampage, strange things can happen. There’s going to be a lot of carnage, so the psycho might be taken down by regular police, but they’re not always able to get the job done.
"When things spin out of control, they call in MAX-TAC (Maximum Force Tactical Division), popularly called the 'Psycho Squad'. And these guys are exceptional, these guys are crack troops. The fact that they’re proud of that name tells you a bit about their mindset.
"They wear a badge with their official emblem on their right sleeve, but their left is reserved for their unofficial Psycho Squad emblem. It’s primitively made and the image itself is on the crude side of things.
"It’s not unlike a badge special force operators might make and wear to distinguish themselves from the ranks of grunts in any theatre of war," said Badowski.