With the gangs and streets of Night City released, CD Projekt Red turned its attention to clothes and cars as part of the informative pre-launch video series that continues with off-road and off-rack. As CD Projekt says, the cars will all fall into a different class, and each will not only look unique but also offer a unique driving experience. Filled with commercial vehicles such as Archer, Thornton, and Makigai and low-quality scrap, the Economy class is functional, if not exactly eye-catching.
High-end vehicles adopt the latest technology and an unavoidable, non-negligible approach. Heavy-Duty vehicles, including trucks and tanks, feature ingenious engineering and ingenious design specializing in power and brute force. For those who prefer speed and style more than anything else, there are sports cars with powerful engines and interchangeable parts or just to show off on the streets. Hypercars prioritize speed and armor.
CD Projekt notes that cars can be purchased or stolen (and can be called anywhere after purchase), brand new cars look smoother and work better than those that you tend to find in less reputable areas of Night City.
It has also been confirmed that there are races where different positions bring their demands; For example, Badlands tournaments may require vehicles with additional exterior protection, while Night City races will require the hottest wheels.
The bikes are based on the designs of Keanu Reeves’ motorcycle company Arch. For those who want to show their style apart from their tools, CD Projekt also highlighted the four main fashion trends built into the local culture.
You’ll be able to experience all of this when the long-awaited Cyberpunk 2077 arrives on November 19 for Xbox One, Xbox X / S, PS4, PS5, Stadia, and PC.