From what I remember of the old pen & paper RPG, I could neural-link my gun as well as having a cyber-eye implant for great targeting and an implant for boosters that got your reaction times way up. I'd love to see how all that would function in a computer game. Does it translate to a form of "bullet time" and aim-assist?
If I've got cash to spare then throw in a skingraft.
I have two visions of what i want to do the most in Cyberpunk2077 (after i spend a full day on creating my ideal character):
1. On first playthrough i want to fully explore the game as a pacifist Nomad, dissolve all the conflicts and do my best to complete it without one single act of violence from my end. I want to become "Cyber Saint" in this to be awesome and fantastic world which CDProjekt will provide to us.
I want to see that if by the end of the game and after my pacifist choices, there will be and ending to reflect a ray of hope in this dark futuristic world.
2. Second playthrough will be about the total opposite of the first one, creating pain and destruction wherever i walk, being a Hell's Netrunner with full capabilities to mess with people's mind and bring chaos into their lifes. The outcome would be interesting, after my all choices.
On both playthrough i will definitely spend most of my time driving around for hours, witnessing the day by day activities of NPC's, imerse myself into the world through music, adrenaline and vivid views.
Honestly I just can't wait to load up the game for the first time and walk around a fully living, breathing city. I've dreamed about an open world game like this since I was a kid and it's crazy to see a company finally pulling it off. Hats off to CD Project Red, looking forward to playing hundreds of hours.
I am a big fan of The Witcher 3 and I'm really excited for Cyberpunk 2077, One of the things I'm most excited about is the element of choice in the game that will allow players to create their own stories and characters.