Cyberpunk 2077's Next Night City Wire Will Spotlight Its Futuristic Cars

Cyberpunk 2077's Next Night City Wire Will Spotlight Its Futuristic Cars

We'll get an in-depth look at what V will go vroom-vroom in.

Let's be real: if Night City were a real place and we lived in it, myself and anyone reading this would probably be stuck hoofing it or riding whatever form of public transit it has. The glamorous criminal life of Cyberpunk 2077 is not for the many. In the game, though, players will have plenty of rides at their disposal, and the next Night City Wire presentation from CD Projekt Red will focus on exactly that.

Next week on Oct. 15, starting at 9 a.m. PT / 12 p.m. ET, the Cyberpunk team will air its fourth Night City Wire stream. CD Projekt Red promises it'll "go into details about the looks, sounds, and specs" of Cyberpunk 2077's vehicles.

Of course, "vehicles" is a pretty vague term, so it's likely we'll be getting a look at more than just Night City's range of automobiles. Don't forget the very Akira-inspired motorcycles we've seen in screenshots and in CD Projekt's, uh, Hideo Kojima fan art. I wouldn't put it past the team to cram in a few other ways to get around the city either, but we'll just have to wait till next Thursday to see if they have.

With just over a month to go before the launch of Cyberpunk 2077, there's only so much time left for CD Projekt Red to host these promotional streams. We know that we're supposed to get a look at 2077's DLC prior to launch, which would probably warrant another stream on its own. Then again, with the game having gone gold and developers still crunching six days a week to put on the finishing touches prior to launch, more streams in the coming weeks might not be feasible.

Cyberpunk 2077 will launch on Nov. 19 for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series S or X. For the next-gen consoles, it'll receive a minor day-one upgrade to its graphics followed by more significant upgrade patches later. Those will be made available for free, as will version upgrades from current-gen consoles to their next-gen equivalents.

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