sv3672;n10874211 said:It depends on how it is implemented, first person games with body awareness and adjustable FOV do exist, even by smaller developers than CDPR. It is also possible to include the ability to lean, so you can look around corners. The direction of enemies outside the FOV can be detected with the help of audio cues, but when your character is hit, games usually also give a visual indication of where the attack came from. I guess it is also a matter of what input device you are using, because with a mouse one can look around very quickly, controllers might be worse. Melee can be good enough in a game where "acrobatic" moves like spins and rolls are not needed in combat, it is probably not going to be the primary focus, but things like blocking or dodging should work fine in FPP.
Well. Swords, knives, fists and shit ARE the THING in PnP Cyberpunk game. FPP is tragic in that respect. Guns and shit are also the thing and TPP is "good enough" and FPP is "questionably better". The cyber augumentations of a typical CP character means that acrobatic, dodging and shit are also the thing, and FPP is tragic in that respect unless you're a nolife monkey who spend life on playing Titanfall. Still. FPP gives verey restricted view. You can say TPP gives too much but that's not true. TPP in a way simulates what people forget IS a part of viewing process. EYE MOVEMENT. Peple usually have around 100 degree vision cone but volountary and unvolountary eye movement brings that closer to 180 degree. Even a slight head adjustment together with that eye movement brings that number to around 200 degree vision. In FPP, no matter how much you love it, you are a floating (not even walking) TV with restricted 60 degree vision and impaired movement. And you don't look cool, what is massively important in a cyberpunk game with character customization. You DON'T LOOK AT ALL I don't say NO FPP. Let's have it. But work first on TPP than the devs can easily implement FPP. The other way round won't work that easily. And the Devs promised mixed TPP/FPP and character customization. FPP exclusive game may give the devs stupid ideas about getting rid of character customization. From here we are very close to getting DeusEx 3, not CP2077.
But, again, the Devs promised said mixed TPP/FPP but it does not have to mean both perspectives. It may mean a hybrid system. We'll see.
I personally don't believe in any of CP2077 leaks. CDPR non disclosure agreement is scary. There were no leaks while W3 development, there were no leaks for 6 years of CP2077 development, only now some half assed articles by people clearly not knowing what they are writing about claiming "A source". Bullshit