Hmm. Factions would go a long way to define the player's beliefs and motives.V cannot join factions.
As Draconifors said, from what we know, you can't join them. You'll only advance their cause.For example, say I'm doing a playthrough where I really like Arasaka (corp) and The Mox (gang) and want to help both factions win big no matter what the ending is. How do I express those preferences in the game?
I missed something somewhere.By working for them.
I'm just quoting official information here.
Cyberpunk is a dog eat dog world where most people look out for only themselves . IMO the faction V starts with is only an intro to the game .I missed something somewhere.
We get to role play the character V from the 2077 timeline. We also get to make choices for V like what our meat sack looks like and which direction the game goes by making decisions in convo/combat of which we cant possibly know the future outcome....but...
We cant join a faction if we want to because that wasnt worked into the game?
The only faction we can join is the one we choose at the beginning but we should expect betrayal?
please correct me if these statements in the form of questions are wrong.
Think of it this way you just received a burn notice .I cant go with the fancy corpo lifestyle.
I'm going to be a greasy, nasty, stinky, sewer dwelling corpo monstrosity.
For the dirty work no one else wants.
You don't have Arasaka on your side. You were fired you have knowledge of how corporations work and use that to your advantage. You are kicked out to make it on your own againI feel that maybe playing a corpo would have a much richer story than either of the other two backgrounds (street kid and nomad) in the game. Corpo inherently feels intriguing when you have Johnny Silverhand working on your side, as well as the Arasaka Corp, and you tied in the middle. I feel that role will really test out your position in the story and Night City. I can see there will be more of those deep conflicting moments as a corpo, like: "who are you most loyal to?" type of shit. I can't see that with a nomad.