Top 11 Best Sci-Fi RPGs for PC: Page 2 of 4

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5. Cyberpunk 2077 (TBA)

Cyberpunk 2077 has been in development for a while, but CD Projekt RED has a history of delaying games to make sure they come out being the best they can be (Witcher 3 being the most notable example).

Based on the tabletop RPG Cyberpunk 2020, the game is an open world RPG set in a metropolis called Night City, whose inhabitants communicate in non-English languages, prompting players who do not speak those languages to buy translator implants that will vary depending on quality.

Not much is known about the game yet, but it promises to be interesting at the very least, and will include both single and multiplayer.

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The metropolis of Night City.

4. Deus Ex: Human Revolution (2011)

Deus Ex: HR wasn’t intended to be a reboot of the original game, but actually a prequel to the trilogy’s events. It retains much of the open world and exploration aspects of the first game (although it does force you to do the boss fights), allowing players to choose their own route through missions, whether it be brute force or striking from the shadows.

Inventory Tetris is back as well, a system that leaves players with limited space to hold their items, including weapons, ammo, medkits, etc. The player is in control of Adam Jensen, an ex-SWAT officer employed by Sarif Industries, augmented against his will after he’s almost killed in a terror strike on the company. Jensen must track down the terrorists and eliminate them, while also struggling with his own demons.

Go in guns blazing.

Or take a more cautious approach.

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