I want to be able to go off road in the desert wasteland with a 2077 equivalent of a 69 Camaro with offroad suspension and built on miniguns.. Do it better then whatever the hell Rage 2 unfortunately became.If space is teased and a potential offshoot or "landscape", area, whatever to visit, I think it's likely that a trip to the outskirts or wasteland is also very possible.
If not via main game, then DLC. Or the next game. I bet on this.
Us farmers (I grew up on a 160 acre farm) and ranchers tend to be a pretty self reliant bunch. A lot of it is sheer practicality. You fix your own machinery whenever possible because it cost to much to have a "professional" mechanic do it; same with building repair/maintenance.Imagine people coming from old farming families or where certain skills were usually handed down getting thrust into a Cyberpunk world. They have their hands, skills, and each other after all the technological advancements, but that's about it.
It looks like the same thing happening IRL.
Now while I still question (until clearly proven otherwise through statements or footage for this game) the ability to witness an extensive "wasteland" outside the city - in the sense of being able to freely come and go after a certain point in the game, opposed to it being a limited linear area for a quest or plot part - the potential is there for the series itself. Or a DLC.I want to be able to go off road in the desert wasteland with a 2077 equivalent of a 69 Camaro with offroad suspension and built on miniguns.. Do it better then whatever the hell Rage 2 unfortunately became.
The lore on the Nomads is pretty cool.
"Nomad" is both a role (i.e. character class) and a social status in CP2020. Some "Nomads" are techs, some are hackers, some are "solos", some are even pre-school teachers.