During the Night City Wire: Episode 4, CD Projekt Red went into great detail about the sick cars and motorcycles of Cyberpunk 2077.
Night City Wire: Episode 4 Is All About Vehicles, Style, and Keanu Reeves in Cyberpunk 2077
The game breaks vehicles down into different vehicle classes. Depending on the variation of the car, it will drive differently than others. Categories like Executive, Economic, Heavy Duty, and more have distinct styles and uses.
Players can drive in either first or third person, and both views have an incredible level of detail. The interiors of each car also vary depending on where you got the car. Junker cars will have dashboards ripped out and simple interiors, while more luxury cars will have intense dashboard lighting and sleek interiors.
You can watch the trailer down below.
You can summon cars the same way you called Roach in The Witcher 3. Simply hit a button, and your vehicle will come to you.
The video also details Keanu Reeve’s character, Johnny Silverhand’s car, the Porsche 911 from 1977. That means the vehicle will be 100 years old in Cyberpunk 2077.
There are so many different styles in Cyberpunk 2077 when it comes to vehicles. Now this is just one facet of the vast open-world game, but it helps pack the dense city CD Projekt Red set out to create.
Night City wire also did a breakdown of how they recorded and captured the sounds of Arch motorcycles. It worth the watch just for Keanu Reeves’ enthusiasm alone. That guy can make anyone smile. It’s infectious.
Finally, during this episode, they showcased the styles of Cyberpunk 2077. Styles like Neomilitarism or Neokitsch are some of the fashion you can don in the game. It’s certainly, something.
Cyberpunk 2077 releases on November 19, 2020, for current and next-gen consoles, and of course, PC.
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