Take a closer look at the rides of Cyberpunk 2077

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Published by FileTrekker 2 years ago , last updated 2 years ago

Cyberpunk 2077 is just around the corner, and the hype train is ramping up to full speed - but today we're taking a closer look not at trains, but the cars, bikes, and other vehicles that will be appearing in the game, including a vintage Porche 911 and a custom bike designed by Keanu Reeves' own motorcycle company.

The game will feature a range of vehicles from the cheap and slow kind to some crazy looking hypercars, and everything in between. According to CD Projekt Red, each one will feel and behave differently and will feature its own sets of physics, sounds, and even features.

If you watch the above trailer to the end you'll get a glimpse of one of the "vintage" cars in the game, the Porche 911 - which would be around 100 years old at the time the game is set in. It's looking good for it's age, that's for sure. 

Keanu Reeve's own d Arch Motorcycle Company is also contributing to the game with their own bike design, a futuristic re-imagining of its Method 143  for the game, along with a number of other real-life bike designs from the company. 

You'll even be able to summon vehicles much like you could your horse in The Witcher 3 - this is the future, after all. Let's just hope they don't get stuck on a roof. 

Cyberpunk 2077 is releasing on the 19th of November on PC, Consoles, and now Google Stadia.

Comments on this Article
2 years ago by RadioactiveLobster

I really hope I manage to get a 3080 before this game comes out but I'm really starting to doubt that I will be able to.

11 months ago by Buthent

While the game was surely a visual masterpiece, the bugs really made the game unplayable in the first few months. This caused me to get a refund from Steam.

11 months ago by FileTrekker
Posted by Buthent

While the game was surely a visual masterpiece, the bugs really made the game unplayable in the first few months. This caused me to get a refund from Steam.


They've fixed it up now to the point it's well worth a revisit if you can get it cheap.

11 months ago by Adrian Țepeș

It's true.  The story is pretty engaging and there's enough variety of characters and choices to justify a few replays.