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Cyberpunk 2077 goes businesspunk with a look at the Corpo life path

(Image credit: CD Projekt Red)

Update: CD Projekt Red has shown off a look at the third and final Cyberpunk 2077 life path: meet Corpo V.

The corporate types have a smartly tailored black-and-red look that is clearly the most reserved of the three. Masculine V's sporting a single-breasted suit with a red undershirt, while feminine V gets a red jacket with grey shoulder pads. My favorite detail on both of the designs is the shirt, which has a collar with a sort of integrated necktie. Ties have changed a lot since we started choking ourselves out with cravats in the name of fashion, so it makes sense they'd keep morphing into the future.

You can take a look at the other life path looks CD Projekt Red shared in the last few days below.

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Cyberpunk 2077 is showing off some special looks for your main character, based on which life path you choose at the start of the game.

When you create your own custom protagonist at the start of Cyberpunk 2077, you'll be able to select one of three life paths: Nomad, Street Kid, and Corpo. These determine what your hero V's life was like before you joined their story, and they also determine the opening of the game with further echoes throughout the storyline. And as these new tweets from the Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter account reveal, they'll have an influence on your character's look.

Up first is a look at Nomad fashion. It's a lot of leather, denim, ragged edges - and most of all - vests. A Nomad caught out roving the wastelands without their vest is as good as dead (I assume). Their guns have been personalized with graffiti, and look like they may have been kitbashed together from looted junk.

Next, CD Projekt Red gave us a look at V in their Street Kid form. No vests, just graphic tops, and V's feminine look is even rocking some fly-as-hell gold pants. They also get to show off a sci-fi katana with a glowing blade. Masculine V's pants aren't quite as cool, and they only get a dinky little handgun, but I would wear those high-top trainers in a heartbeat.

CD Projekt Red hasn't given us a look at Corpo fashion yet, though it's safe to assume that we'll see more within the next couple days (our own Sam Loveridge chose that path for her recent Cyberpunk 2077 hands-on preview). If previous looks at corporate types in the game are anything to go by, we can expect business fashion vaguely informed by '80s power suits and perhaps even some professional-strength mullets.

Take another look at life in Night City with these Cyberpunk 2077 ray tracing screenshots.

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