A year later, Cyberpunk 2077 has fewer bugs but still feels like it's in Early Access

As I sat down at my PC on December 10, 2020, I had big plans. I was going to start playing Cyberpunk 2077 as a Corpo—my version of V would be young, driven, and privileged—a ruthless company techbro. I carefully designed my character with a tidy hairstyle, no tattoos, and minimal cyberware. 

I figured as I progressed through the game and fell deeper and deeper into the violent underworld of Night City, I’d alter my appearance. My hairstyle would get shaggier and wilder. I’d slowly add tattoos and more severe cyberware to my face and body. My character’s looks would reflect his life. You know. Roleplaying.

source: gamezpot.com