Cyberpunk 2077’s Food Is Begging For Cooking & Vendor Systems

Food doesn’t do much for players in Cyberpunk 2077. CDPR should have included the ability to prepare stat-altering meals at vendors in Night City.

Cyberpunk 2077s food options don’t add much to the game, and they could have been improved with the implementation of a proper cooking and vendor system. Prior to the game’s launch, it was speculated that Cyberpunk 2077 would feature a detailed cooking system, one that allowed for culinary creations, similar to how cooking functions in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild. It was soon discovered this was not the case.

Most food items in Cyberpunk 2077 provide no real benefit as food is essentially equivalent to health packs. This can be useful for regenerating health outside of combat while exploring Night City, but not for much else. A well-developed cooking and vendor system could have added an extra dynamic to the

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Milwaukee rally calls for safer working conditions after teen’s death

Nearly 100 people gathered Wednesday outside the Burger King where 16-year-old Niesha Harris-Brazell was killed to demand safer working conditions in the fast-food industry.

Cooks and cashiers just like Harris-Brazell joined various elected officials and organizers of Fight for 15, a national campaign advocating for a $15 minimum wage, to demand more safety precautions for those in the industry.

“Our community can’t be a community with violence in the workplace,” said state Rep. David Bowen, a Democrat from Milwaukee.

Harris-Brazell was shot and killed Jan. 2 during a robbery at the Burger King, 5120 W. Capitol Drive. It’s unclear exactly how Harris-Brazell came to be shot, but it appears she may have been struck by gunfire either from the suspect or a coworker who opened fire with a gun he was barred from possessing.

More:Police arrest robbery suspect connected with shooting death of Niesha Harris-Brazell at a Burger King

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