With a little over a month away, CD Projekt RED has been feeding fans new info for Cyberpunk 2077 in livestream events called Night City Wire. The fourth edition of such livestream showcased the 4 different variations of drivable cars that players can take around Night City. There’s so much detail put into each car, with the first person dashboard view showcasing the beautifully decorated interior. With several vehicles that all have their unique variations of each car type, there’s so much customization in getting around the world of Cyberpunk 2077. From SUVs to motorbikes, there’s no shortage of customizability in the futuristic vehicles in the year 2077. One of the more special vehicles is Johnny Silverhand’s Porsche 911 from 1977. It seems fitting that Keanu Reeves’s character would drive a 100-year-old icon.
The team at CD Projekt RED also showcased how they recorded the sounds and made the choices for the designs of their futuristic vehicles. To create the authentic feel of driving a Porsche 911, they took special care to ensure that the game’s sounds behave just like they would in real life. Working in tandem with Keanu Reeves’s custom bike company, ARCH Motorcycle, CD Projekt RED used some of the best custom sounds for their new advanced motor vehicles.
Cosmetics and Customization
Showing off some more detailed customization features, there are 4 distinct styles that people in Night City identify with. From the usual neon cyberpunk look that’s iconic of the era, there’s Kitsch that brings the iconic futuristic feel. For those who just need to survive, there’s Entropism that fills the backwater areas of the poorer areas in Night City. In stark contrast, there’s a neo-militarism style that’s very calculated and filled with the black and reds of a technocratic oligarchy. Finally, there’s the Neokitsch style showcases the elegance of beauty in wealth. With the gross over-stimulation of color, it’s an interesting take on a more modern Kitsch look. Each unique style represents the people that have come from the different backgrounds in Night City they represent.
There’s so much detail in the customization that will only push players further to experience the entirety of Cyberpunk 2077. Launching on November 19th, the title will be available for Xbox and PlayStation current and next-generation with PC support on Stadia, GOG, and Steam.