Cyberpunk 2077 Night City Wire 4: Futuristic vehicles and Keanu Reeves’ motorbikes unveiled ahead of next month’s launch

Nice wheels, Samurai.

CD Projekt Red debuted a new episode of its Night City Wire web series on Thursday. The broadcast offered a fresh look at the vehicles players will have access to in Cyberpunk 2077, along with some behind-the-scenes fun from the game’s sound designers and a bit of Keanu Reeves content.

The developer also showed off a new 38-second story teaser set in a diner.

The three-and-a-half-minute “Rides of the Dark Future” featurette is the big highlight of this episode.

“In a huge open-world like Night City, you need a chill ride to get around fast. And in Cyberpunk 2077, there are tons of cool vehicles to choose from,” a narrator says.

“We’ve crafted every car and motorbike with amazing attention to detail — on the chassis, on the body, not to mention the interiors. You can expect every one not only to look unique but to deliver a unique driving experience.”

There are a variety of vehicle classes, like “executive” or “sport,” and each comes with its own range of styles and specialities.

Sport-class vehicles look great and go fast; the obscene executive class is all about showing off your status as one of the wealthy and the powerful. And, of course, there are military-grade rides for smashing your way through enemies.

Keanu Reeves’ own motorcycle company, Arch, will also offer its vehicles for players to ride around on.

The driving in Cyberpunk looks pretty great. I hope it’s as fun to play as it is to watch — including cars and motorcycles. I could see myself spending hours, my first night with the game, just driving around the city and soaking in the sights.

Cyberpunk 2077 is coming November 19 to PC, PS4, Stadia, and Xbox.

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