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Creating Cyberpunk 2077's Most Controversial Quest | Audio Logs

Cyberpunk 2077's quest director Paweł Sasko describes the process of making the controversial Sinnerman quest.

Audio Logs is back for a brand new series! It's the GameSpot show where the people behind the games you love tell the untold stories of how they were made. This week we're joined by CD Projekt Red quest director Paweł Sasko to break down perhaps the game's most controversial quest: Sinnerman.

The quest starts off fairly innocuously, but quickly turns into a question of faith and morals when V is asked to accompany a prisoner to a braindance studio. The prisoner, Joshua Stephenson, has found his faith at the end of his life, and wants his death to be meaningful. V, with some nudging from Keanu Reeves' Johnny Silverhand, has to decide whether to take part in the braindance, or whether to simply walk away. Sasko breaks down how the team came up with and implemented this challenging quest: ensuring that players have the opportunity to follow the storyline, or back away if it's too much for them to handle.

Audio Logs releases every Thursday on GameSpot.

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Audio Logs is a new GameSpot series where the people behind the games - designers, writers, composers, and artists - tell the stories of how the games we love were created.