Every car in Cyberpunk 2077 is unique, with fully rendered interiors, and can even vary in aesthetic depending on what area of the city you steal it from. Plus, in addition to the wide variety of original vehicles created for the universe, Night City also is home to some real-world cars, including Johnny Silverhand’s 1977 Porsche 911.CD Projekt Red also confirmed that when cars are purchased from a fixer, they can be summoned in much the same way as Geralt can call for his horse Roach in The Witcher.
Cars can be used for transportation as well as races, which take place both in off-road Badlands locations and on the streets of the inner-city. Apparently guns may be required during races, so they sound like violent affairs.Alongside cars and bikes, CDPR also showed off the fashion styles of Night City. There are four to opt for: Kitsch, which is a poppy combination of neon and chrome; Entropism, which is essentially future hillbilly; Neomilitarism, which features corporate designs that are substance over style; and finally Neokitsch, a sort of gentrified version of kitsch worn by celebrities.
Finally, CDPR also announced that Cyberpunk 2077 will be available on Google Stadia on November 19, the same day as PC and consoles. Pre-orders for this cloud-based version are available now.For more on Cyberpunk 2077, check out the size of its Japanese language script and the news that the game has gone gold.
Matt Purslow is IGN’s UK News and Entertainment Writer.