9. Playstyle: Solo
There are three distinct playstyles in Cyberpunk 2077, and they all allow you to approach the game in your own way. Each playstyle seems like a viable option, and already the game is shaping up to be one of multiple playthroughs.
Though it will come down to your own personal preference which style you adopt, Solo seems the least ‘cyberpunky’, so it sits bottom of the pile here. Still an exciting feature, but unlike the other two classes, it doesn’t feel all that original.
With so much originality in the world itself though, you can be forgiven for wanting consistency in your approach to the game. The Solo playstyle gives V enhanced strength as you opt for a combat focus to problems, rather than more nuanced, cyber heavy approaches.
You’re not necessarily pigeonholed even if you pick Solo, though. It’s up to you whether your strength is put in brute force or agility. Brutes can pick up enemies and throw them, and can even pick up turrets and rip them apart with their bare hands.
Agile Solo players meanwhile are proficient in melee weapons and can double jump to reach inaccessible areas. Solos are uncomplicated, but sometimes the best heroes are.