But are they really though? I don't think anyone was requesting police to send scouts in the area.They are listening to how players want to experience the cyberpunk genre and will benefit highly for doing so.
I guess it makes some sense because people were wanting a less dramatic police entrance to the scene, but if they're going to go that route, then they should do really PROPER scouting drone mechanic, not just spawning attacking drone to the scene.
For a "technical" perspective, it'd be better for them to have some form of reflecting shield/armor that is able to take at least 1 full blast, to make sure they're not gonna get 1 shot by sniper and have enough time to alert the police. Or at least if they do get shot and don't have vision of the player, the police shouldn't immediately suspect the player when they arrive late to the scene... maybe this'll get too complex, but it'd be cool to see something like this happen.
Of course I'm curious what's gonna happen if the drone gets hacked by memory reset? Are the police going to be disbanded then? That'd be pretty cool change.
I really hope what we were shown was not the final, even a temporary fix. Just my opinion.
Still seems like the citizens got a little bit more movements and their way to avoid danger.
I hope they fix the disappearing assets. It was quite hard to judge based on shooting at the first civilian whether the other guy disappeared just in time or was cut out by the old system.