- Everyone knows that Cyberpunk 2077 go off to a rocky start at launch due to issues.
- While the game is constantly fixed and improved, there are those that can't play it until it is done.
- If you're one of them, then here are some great Cyberpunk 2077 alternatives for you to try.
- These games where chosen based on popularity as well as the similarity in terms of setting or mechanics to Cyberpunk 2077.
CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 has the gaming community divided. On one hand, you have those that praise the game for what it delivers and how fantastic it is, while on the other hand there are those that just can’t get past the fact that it was rushed and released with many bugs.
Well, if you belong to the latter, and just can’t play the game until it has finally been fixed, here are a few great gaming alternatives for you to try while you wait.
Which are the best Cyberpunk 2077 alternatives that I should try?
With all the backlash CD Projekt Red received for Cyberpunk 2077, players have still forgiven them and are giving them the benefit of the doubt thanks to this little gem that they released back in 2015.
Widely perceived as one of the best RPG games in recent history, the Witch III: Wild Hunt follows the journey of Geralt of Rivia, a monster Hunter that has to face many challenges in a fictionalized version of Medieval Poland.
Just like Cyberpunk 2077, the game is praised for its fantastic graphics, intricate story, and engaging RPG elements that make you customize pretty much every aspect of Geralt’s fighting proess.
While game lacks Cyberpunk’s in-depth character customization features (since you play as Geralt), it more than makes up for it thanks to the story and sidequests that have the potential to keep you glued to your screen for well over 100 hours.
Few can talk about action-adventure games and not mention any entry from the Assassin’s Creed franchise.
Back when the first game was released, it revolutionized the way you environment can be used to your benefit, and stealth kills had never been so much fun to execute and plan out.
Well, 2020’s Valhalla abandoned the hooded assassin motif and went for the more Ragnar-like action combat style, and this is something that Cyberpunk 2077 also shines at.
So, until they manage to patch up Cyberpunk 2077 properly, and if you don’t mind Nordic forests and berserkers in the place of futuristic cities and cyber junkier, Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla is a great alternative.
Another great feature about Cyberpunk 2077 is the use of futuristic guns that make our current weapons look like sticks with a pointy rock tied to one end.
Well, if you’re into that, along with the burning desire to obliterate hordes and hordes of monsters that are inherently evil, then Doom Eternal is yet another great alternative.
While you will lack the same in-depth dialogs and story, you will still get a somewhat futuristic setting.
More so, the classic arcade shooting style combined with the myriad of guns to use and way to reduce your enemies to minced meat is especially appealing to games that just want to blow off some steam.
Another entry on our list is another 2020 title that features futuristic premises, GTA-like gameplay, and a pageant for hacking and the use of technology.
Watch Dogs: Legion had been anticipated by many, and just like Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, it was another anticipated Ubisoft title that was a roaring success.
Walk the streets of modern-day London, and use the same gameplay mechanics as with the previous two entries in the series and play as a member of DedSec to fight an oppressive government that uses AI and modern technology to more or less control the world.
The graphics are amazing, and while the setting isn’t as futuristic and as Blade Runner-ish as Cyberpunk 2077, it will still give you a certain degree of satisfaction as far as your RPG with a futuristic setting needs are concerned.
The last entry on our list is a game that, just like Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, is a throwback to times long gone.
This action adventure game is set in a time that is reminiscent of the great Depression of the 1930s, and has a lot of similarities with Cyberpunk 2077 in terms of what it can do.
For example, you belong to a certain faction, you can ride cars, you can talk your way through fights, explore the city, grow as a character as the story progresses, and more.
For all intents and purposes, Mafia: Definitive Edition is basically Cyberpunk 2077, but with a different time setting, and without Keanu Reeve’s Johnny Silverhand.
This pretty much wraps up our list of most popular games that you can play instead of Cyberpunk 2077.
Keep in mind that these are not games that are intended to replace Cyberpunk 2077, but rather games that have been met with positive reviews that also happen to contain the same vibe as Cyberpunk, either because of the setting, the mechanics, or both.
What other games do you play as an alternative to Cyberpunk 2077? Let us know by leaving us you opinion in the comments section below.
FAQ: Learn more about Cyberpunk 2077
- What kind of game is Cyberpunk?
- Does Cyberpunk 2077 have high system requirement?
Running Cyberpunk 2077 smoothly at above-average video settings does require you to have a powerful PC. Not meeting the appropriate system requirements can result in you experiencing performance issues.
- Where can I get Cyberpunk 2077?
Cyberpunk 2077 is available on PC, Xbox, PlayStation and Stadia. PC users have the most download options, since they can download it off of Steam, GOG, and the Epic Games Store.