In that nothing will be edited. As reported by Gamespot AU
, the game "reached a major milestone" passing classification here, as we're notoriously staunch on sexual content, drug use and more, all of which Cyberpunk 2077
has in adult spades.
This "milestone" adds even more in that it highlights the fact the game is on track to release as promised, which should brighten up -- in neon joy -- everyone's tumultuous 2020.
"I was [concerned about censorship] because I know Australia has issues with drugs and the other thing is sexualised violence--those are the two things that can kill your product [in Australia]," Mamais said. "But I've been looking into it [over] the last couple of days. It seems like we're safe. You don't get rewarded for [using] drugs as far as I know in the game. The player doesn't do any kind of sexualised violence at all where it's really tasteless; we wouldn't do anything like that."
We've covered the game extensively
in the past, and have even had the privilege of seeing the studio's cafeteria and hallways in Warsaw (they were in visit lockdown), while we may have been 'responsible' for *that* RTX NVIDIA collaboration
Hopefully we'll have new content on the game being shared with us soon.