CD Projekt Red held its final Night City Wire event this week where the developer released a gameplay trailer for the eagerly awaited Cyberpunk 2077.
The brand new gameplay trailer offered a closer look at the game’s heft character customisation which allows players to customise almost all aspects of their character including teeth, and a better insight into dialogue choices and how they work within the game.
CD Projekt Red’s new trailer also featured lots of story details as well as more footage and information on rocker Johnny Silverhand, the character Keanu Reeves is playing.
In the trailer, we discover that player character V is sent on a mission o steal a special biochip that grants immortality. The job goes wrong and, with the immortality biochip at risk, V is forced to put it in their heads and learns that the biochip contains Jonny Silverhand’s soul which wants to destroy the corporation that made his biochip.
The gameplay trailer, which you can watch below, features footage of the game’s open-world, as well as additional details including some background on Night City itself and the current in-game state of the United States.
In addition to the gameplay trailer, CD Projekt Red released a trailer dedicated to Johnny Silverhand, offering more backstory on the character as well as their connection to V. You can watch this trailer below:
The event also featured interviews with Keanu Reeves and English adaptation director Borys Pugacz-Muraszkiewicz as they discussed their experiences of making the game. Also included in the event were behind-the-scenes videos on creating the music of Cyberpunk 2077.
Night City Wire host Holly Bennet, previously a member of PlayStation Access, also shared details on the CD Project Red My-Rewards Program through which players can claim rewards which can be used in-game in Cyberpunk 2077. More information about the program will be released soon.
After several delays, Cyberpunk 2077 is set to launch on December 10th for Google Stadia, PS4, Xbox One consoles, and PC too. The game will be backwards compatible with the PS5 and Xbox Series consoles, with next-generation upgrades due to release next year. Meanwhile, you can watch the entire Night City Wire event below: