Cyberpunk 2077 Gets Second Keanu Reeves Commercial
Keanu Reeves has starred in another Cyberpunk 2077 commercial, teasing how you can become nearly anything your heart desires in the game.
Keanu Reeves is keeping busy as we approach the Cyberpunk 2077 release date, as he has appeared in a second TV spot for the game. In this commercial, he teases--or warns--that your potential in the world is only limited by what you're willing to become. [You can now read our Cyberpunk 2077 review.]
We see a quick glimpse of the sleek Night City in this trailer as augmented citizens brawl with their cybernetic enhancements and speed down the street in futuristic cars. Reeves' words likely have a second meaning, of course, not only talking about physical augmentations but also the limits of your own morality. As with other CD Projekt Red role-playing games, you can take your character in drastically different directions based on your choices.
"If you can hack it, the future is yours for the taking," Reeves adds.
That line certainly sounds like something out of a certain other sci-fi franchise Keanu Reeves is involved in. He isn't just doing a cameo appearance in Cyberpunk 2077, and plays one of the biggest roles in the story. He's also featured as the singer of a fictional band that's actually made up of members of Refused. The band's song "Chippin' In" was used for Reeves' surprise reveal during E3 2019.
Cyberpunk 2077 is out on November 19 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC, and it will be playable on Xbox Series X and Series S as well as PS5 at launch--though the full next-gen version won't be ready yet. A Google Stadia version arrives later this year, as well.
With a little over a month to go, the game's developers are reportedly working mandatory 6-day weeks despite previous promises to avoid "crunch" during development. The game has been delayed twice: first from April to September and then to November.
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